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Luckless wolf that went to California is back in Oregon-

The world’s currently most famous wolf, OR-7, born in NE Oregon, seems to have abandoned California and returned to Oregon.

He spent over a year looking for a female wolf, but there are probably no California girl wolves. During his search, he explored a [...]

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Is the fabled, but never found, creature making weird noises in the Blue Mtns. east of Pendleton?

The Wildlife News has discussed the matter of Bigfoot from time to time. Hint: search.

There are often things that look, and this time sound strange in the outdoors, and this time some think it is Bigfoot or [...]

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Release seemed to briefly stall, but now the goats are raising kids and expanding territory-

In 2010 45 mountain goats were released on the east slopes of Mt. Jefferson, a tall volcano in Oregon’s Cascade Mountains. Soon 3 of them slipped to their death or were killed by predators. Most survived, however,  and last July [...]

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Agreement ending 100 years of fighting over the uses of the Klamath River’s waters falls to a group of local malcontents-

After many years of fighting over salmon, dams, irrigation water, tribal treaty rights and ocean fishing matters came to an unpleasant head in 2001-2 when VP Dick Cheney sided with irrigators and let 70,000 [...]

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Jury rules that public land arson was committed-

The trial of two East Oregon ranchers, a father/son duo, has ended with their conviction by a jury in Pendleton, Oregon. .  Dwight L. Hammond Jr. and  son Steven D. Hammond were found guilty of setting range fires on public lands. One was in 2001 near [...]

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A rare subspecies of red fox that was once thought to be extinct, only to be rediscovered in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, has been discovered living in the Cascades of Oregon as well. The fox is adapted to living in the alpine tundra and scientists think that livestock grazing, and the poisoning of [...]

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      Earlier on this issue in The Wildlife News.

Newport, Oregon. Several tones of oceanic species foreign to Oregon waters were removed from the 150 ton derelict dock, burned and buried.  However, because of the concentration of creatures it is [...]

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Oregon Fish and Wildlife worries about non-native creatures on dock set adrift by earthquake tsunami-

There are many ways that non-natives travel the globe to invade foreign land and water. One rarely considered until recently is riding debris pushed out of sea by giant tsunami. Tiny starfish, an invasive mussel and foreign algae get the [...]

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Alleged arson dating back years finally to go to trial-

Two years ago, an amazing story of a father and son rancher (The Hammonds) said to have started at least eight range fires on public lands near Steens Mountain came to light. Considering [...]

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Editors note 5:30 PM MST 2/22/2012: we have learned that this “wolf kill bill” will probably move no further in the Oregon Legislature — it is probably dead for the year, though it is possible that legislative “tricks” could possibly push it further. 

Full release:

Activists Take Over OCA Meeting and Call Attention [...]

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‎"At some point we must draw a line across the ground of our home and our being, drive a spear into the land and say to the bulldozers, earthmovers, government and corporations, “thus far and no further.” If we do not, we shall later feel, instead of pride, the regret of Thoreau, that good but overly-bookish man, who wrote, near the end of his life, “If I repent of anything it is likely to be my good behaviour."

~ Edward Abbey