Muries Rebuke Elk Foundation over Anti-Wolf Remarks


The Muries—much like the Leopolds—are part of the conservation community’s royalty.  They shined individually and were an awesome force collectively—and they still are.  They have also been on my mind a lot of late. Poisoning and trapping of so-called predators and killing rodents, and the related insecticide and herbicide programs, are evidences of human immaturity. … Continue reading Muries Rebuke Elk Foundation over Anti-Wolf Remarks

At Least Eight New Wolf Pups Born in Oregon This Spring


Associated Press by Jeff Barnard June 20, 2012 While judges on the Oregon Court of Appeals consider whether to authorize state biologists to kill two wolves for preying on livestock, the Imnaha pack has been going about its business, producing four pups this spring. At least two and perhaps all four of the packs in … Continue reading At Least Eight New Wolf Pups Born in Oregon This Spring

Cascadia Wildlands Legal Director on TV Talking Wolf Pups


  June 14, 2102   By Lauren Mickler KEZI   EUGENE, Ore. — The Cascadia Wildlands organization credits its lawsuit with helping Oregon's wolf population grow.   The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife had issued a kill order on this particular wolf pack after it attacked cattle. But Cascadia Wildlands filed a lawsuit to … Continue reading Cascadia Wildlands Legal Director on TV Talking Wolf Pups

Bringing Back Wolves


Through trapping, poisoning and shooting, government agents and bounty hunters killed off every last gray wolf in Oregon, Washington and California by the 1940s. However, the species has begun to make a remarkable comeback in the Pacific West as wolves have migrated west after a successful re-introduction into the northern Rockies in the mid-1990s. Today, … Continue reading Bringing Back Wolves