An environmental group goes to court to see the forest service’s plans to protect Oregon wolves.
Nick Cady is thrilled to see the return of gray wolves to
Oregon’s Cascade Range. He celebrated when the wolf dubbed OR-7 was
spotted south of Crater Lake in 2011, more than 60 years after hun
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The return of wolves stirs up old hostilities between rural and urban Oregonians.
In March, Rob Klavins and his wife, Emily, picked up their
life in Southwest Portland and moved to Enterprise, a town with 1,888
people and zero stoplights in the northeastern corner of Oregon. Ro
New state report includes details of wolf tracks on the eastern slope.
For the first time since 1947, there was a wolf confirmed on Mount Hood.That detail comes from a just-released report by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, which includes a single line about the tracks of a lone wolf found in the "White River Unit" back in December.The White River Unit is located south of Hood River, in the eastern foothills of Mount Hood. Russ Morgan, who runs Oregon's ...
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I think this is awesome [“Voices: Wolves May Soon Be in the 503 Area Code,” WW, Jan. 1, 2014]. I live in Washington, where the wolf numbers have been rising in recent years.
Once upon a time, the big bad wolf had
Oregonians huddling in their cabins. Our territory’s first formal
meetings were held by pioneers to plot the demise of “marauding wolves.”