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ENTERPRISE, Ore – Marlin Riggs, USDA Wildlife Services, confirmed the fourth kill by wolves on a calf late this afternoon, May 20, 2010, less than ten miles east of Wallowa Lake. The kill comes only four days after rancher Kirk Makin lost a calf to a wolf attack in the Chesnimus area on May 16, [...]
Prepared by: John Williams, OSU Extension Service, Wallowa County in cooperation with Oregon Cattlemen’s Association wolf task force. With the close proximity of the wolf pack to homes, calving operations, barns and other places where people work, live and play, citizens need to know what is legal, whom to contact and what procedures you may [...]
This is an update to the first slide show illustrating life with wolves in Wallowa County, Oregon. USDA Wilflife Services have confirmed three wolf killings on calves in less than two weeks.
ENTERPRISE, Ore – Marlin Riggs, USDA Wildlife Services confirmed the third kill by wolves on a calf last night, May 16, 2010. Rancher Kirk Makin who has cattle in the Chesnimnus area is the third rancher since May 5, 2010, who has a confirmed loss of a calf to wolves.
JOSEPH, Ore — Joseph rancher Tom Schaafsma who discovered a slaughtered calf in his cow pasture last Thursday, May 13, and reported it as a wolf attack, is not very happy. While Marlin Riggs, USDA Wildlife Services confirmed the kill as a wolf attack after examining the carcass at the Schaafsma ranch that day, ODFW [...]
A Symposium Hosted by the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association and Eastern Oregon University Range Club La Grande, Ore — The wolf population is expanding in Northeast Oregon as evidenced by increased wolf sightings and conflicts. At the upcoming wolf symposium, “Can Ranchers and Wolves Co-Exist?,” industry experts from Idaho and Minnesota will address wolf interactions with [...]
Wallowa County Rancher reports another wolf attack – Second depredation of a calf in less than two weeks
JOSEPH, Ore – According to Rod Childers, wolf committee chairman for the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association, Joseph rancher Tom Schaafsma discovered a slaughtered calf in his cow pasture Thursday, May 13, and has reported it as a wolf attack. The pasture is located east of Joseph, on Upper Prairie Creek only three-eighths of a mile from [...]
A slide show that documents what happens in Wallowa County since wolves have migrated from Idaho to Wallowa County. Submitted by Oregonians for the Right to protect People, Pets and Livestock from Wolves
ODFW and USDA Wildlife Services have confirmed that a cow calf was killed by a wolf (or wolves) on private property in the Zumwalt area of Wallowa County. The dead calf was discovered yesterday afternoon (Wednesday, May 5) by an ODFW employee who had been involved in efforts to haze elk away from the area, [...]
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — ODFW and USDA Wildlife Services have confirmed that a cow calf was killed by a wolf (or wolves) on private property in the Zumwalt area of Wallowa County. The dead calf was discovered yesterday afternoon (Wednesday, May 5) by an ODFW employee who had been involved in efforts to haze elk away [...]