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On Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 ODFW biologists radio-collared a new Imnaha Pack wolf (OR17). The 76-pound young female wolf was captured inadvertently by a local trapper who immediately notified ODFW when he discovered the wolf. ODFW was able to collar and then safely release the wolf in good condition.
Wallowa County, ORE — According to an official report from Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW), a livestock producer found the carcass of an adult cow in a grassland pasture on the morning of 1/28/13. At the time of discovery wolves were observed at the scene of the carcass and were suspected in killing the [...]
Oregon’s minimum wolf count for 2012 is 53 wolves, including seven packs and at least five breeding pairs. (A pack is four wolves that travel together in winter. A breeding pair is two adult wolves that produce at least two pups that survive through Dec. 31 of the year of their birth.) More information. The Oregon [...]
Various sources have confirmed that an Oregon wolf known to biologists as OR-16 was killed Saturday near Lowman, Idaho. The wolf was fitted with a tracking collar by state biologists after being accidentally trapped last November. The 85-pound yearling male was in good health and later found to be a member of the Walla Walla [...]
On Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 ODFW biologists radio-collared a new wolf (OR16) in the Wenaha Unit of Northeast Oregon (Union County). The 85-pound yearling male was captured north of Elgin in an area that wolves were not previously known to occur. The wolf was captured incidentally by USDA APHIS-Wildlife Services personnel. Each year, ODFW issues [...]
JOSEPH, Ore – Early morning on January 14, 11 ½ miles outside of Joseph where the wind is blowing hard and cold on what is called “Divide”, another probable wolf predation investigation is happening yet again on private property. Wolf supporters have said in the past, that wolves would rather feed on their natural prey [...]
TRANSLATED FROM RUSSIAN WITH GOOGLE: The authorities in Altajrepubliken have budgeted 2 million rubles to decimate the wolf population. Small villages in the area are constantly visited by hundreds of wolves and the damage is extensive.
Photo: RIA Novosti THE VOICE OF RUSSIA – Residents of the city of Sisian, in the south of Armenia, try not to go out at night for fear of wolves, according to local media reports. Due to heavy snowfall wolves can not find food in the mountains and at night enter the town in search [...]
SALEM, Ore —The wolf management bill that Representative Cliff Bentz (R-Ontario) introduced for the 2012 Legislative Session on behalf of the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association passed out of the House on a 42 to 15 vote Friday, February 17th.
The documentary “One Year with Wolves in Wallowa County” is now available for sale in Kindle and Epub format. The digital book presents a chronological collection of facts, that changed life in Wallowa County, Oregon.