Emotions are so intense that planned public meetings on wolves are too risky to hold and have been canceled, Washington Fish and Wildlife said Tuesday.
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Eastern Oregon Legacy Lands, sponsor of Wallowology Discovery Center, has watched the Lostine River Fuels Reduction project unfold over several years. The conflation of values, science, politics and strong emotions has left little room for productive dialogue. Nonetheless, everyone agrees they love the Lostine River and Eagle Cap Wilderness. The Lostine provides us with an abundance of cold, clean water, rich fish and wildlife habitat, a riverine paradise, and access to our state’s largest Wilderness Area.
Washington wildlife managers intend to kill the remaining two wolves in the Togo pack in the Kettle River Range of Ferry County, adding a second lethal-removal operation in the region.
The Grouse Flats wolfpack in southeast Washington killed a calf in a 160-acre fenced pasture, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said today.
Wild horses in Eastern Oregon in this ODFW file photo. A Senate panel has approved $35 million for a new wild horse initiative backed by anima…
An appeal of a judge's decision to return the Yellowstone grizzly bear to federal protection will be heard next year.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is urging the federal government not to lift Endangered Species Act protections for wolves, contradicting an earlier position taken by state wildlife regulators.
The male member of the new Diobsud Creek pack in Skagit County, Wash., is seen in this trail camera image. The Washington Department of Fish a…