Posts Categorized: Oregon

Gray Wolf, © Joan Poor

A Tragic Blow to Oregon’s Wolves »

No other species has been removed from the state’s endangered species list with a population of fewer than 100 individuals statewide, or when they were still absent from a significant portion of their historic range.

Florida panther, ©Connie Bransilver/USFWS

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Construction of Major Dam on Yellowstone River Temporarily Halted; Victory in Alaska; Welcome to the World, New Orca Calf; We’re Expanding in the Southeast; A New Focus on Florida Panthers

Wolf, © Didier J. Lindsey

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Idaho Says It Won’t Kill Wolves in the Frank Church this Winter; A Second Wolf Comes Back to California; Tell Airlines to Stop Carrying Imperiled Wildlife “Trophies”; More Wolves Moving Throughout Oregon

orcas, © Dr. Brandon Southall/NMFS/OPR

For the Love of Orcas »

Southern resident orcas are in so much trouble that NOAA Fisheries, the federal agency that is in charge of keeping tabs on marine mammals, announced in May that the southern resident orca is one of eight focal species for the agency, selected because they have enough information to conclude that without concerted conservation attention, it will go extinct.

Gray Wolf, © Joan Poor

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

OR-7 Could Father Pups Again This Year! Gray wolf confirmed shot and killed; Ranchers, Conservationists Gather to Discuss a Shared Future of Washington Wolves; Friday Fun: Great Comic From Albuquerque Journal