Oregon Wolf Population Stagnates as Poaching and Agency Killings Continue

avril 18, 2023

Oregon’s wolf population has grown by only three confirmed animals, increasing from 175 to 178 wolves, according to the 2022 annual wolf report released today by the Oregon Department of…

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‘Legal’ Wolf Killing Continues To Plague Oregon

mars 8, 2023

We’ve already spoken several times recently about Oregon’s Department of Fish and Wildlife’s outdated and unscientific practice of killing wolves to “prevent depredations.” ODFW kicked off the new year with…

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New Year, Same Bad Wolf Policy In Oregon

janvier 14, 2023

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Service announced yesterday that they are authorizing ranchers, or their agent, to kill two members of the Catherine wolf pack in Union County after a…

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Oregon FW Confirms Illegal Killing Of Gray Wolf, Offers Reward

décembre 16, 2022

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) related to the death of a federally protected gray…

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Wolf Killed In Oregon To Protect Private Interests

novembre 2, 2022

Horseshoe Pack Kill Order An Umatilla County kill order targeting the Horseshoe Pack in Oregon, which was just extended and expanded last Friday, Oct. 28th, claimed a victim on Monday…

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