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Alyssa Mahaney, who was recently hired as a conflict prevention specialist for Southwest Oregon, wraps up a roll of fladry that is used in are…
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.
Record-high totals seen in 2018
Weiser, Idaho-area rancher and Washington County Commissioner Kirk Chandler.
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.
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.
SALEM, Ore.—State wildlife biologists counted 137 wolves in Oregon this past winter, a 10 percent increase over last year’s count of 124, acco…