Posts Categorized: Oregon

Mexican gray wolf, © Jim Clark/USFWS

Wolf Weekly Wrap Up »

Red wolves still in dire straits, and the Service isn’t helping; Conservationists will sue for lobo recovery; More Money for wolf killing in Idaho; The results are in!

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

Wolf Weekly Wrap Up »

Washington Wildlife Officials Issue Kill Order for Huckleberry Wolf Pack; Illinois Adds Wolves as a Protected Species; Keeping our Sights on OR-7; Yawning is contagious – even in wolves!

Wolf, © ODFW

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

It’s a good week for wolves, especially red wolves in North Carolina. With only about 100 left in the wild, red wolves need all the protection they can get to stave off extinction. That is why Defenders and our partners have been fighting to maintain legal protections for the last remaining wolves in the American east. And, this week, we took a step toward achieving that goal!

forest, © Lindsay Kaun

Forest Planning for the Future »

Forest planning and restoration work is a big part of what we do here in California and throughout the Pacific West, and the policies that we design and promote shape forest management practices not just here, but all across the country. In addition to ensuring that our forests remain healthy and can continue to provide us with much-needed resources, proper forest management is essential for the wildlife species, including many threatened and endangered species, that depend on them…

Gray wolf, © Tracy Brooks/USFWS

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Gov. Otter’s “Wolf Control Board” passes House and moves to Senate; End of year count in Oregon shows gray wolf populations remain stable; Harmful legislation for Mexican gray wolves come closer to becoming law in Arizona; Judge considering Red wolf court case requests more information.