Lessons from a dead wolf: Oregon must stop poisoning wildlife (Opinion)

Until wolves were delisted from the endangered species act, Oregon had a written agreement with Wildlife Services that prohibited using cyanide poison traps in known wolf territories. (National Park Service) Opinion editorial by Amaroq Weiss The Oregonian Last week, a wandering 2-year-old happened upon a sweet-smelling device(article click here) in the woods of northeast Oregon and … Continue reading Lessons from a dead wolf: Oregon must stop poisoning wildlife (Opinion)

Ashland woman chronicles OR-7’s life

By John Darling for the Tidings Source: The Daily Tidings Becky Elgin's fascination with wolves was not surprising - after all, she grew up with them. That grew into an idea five years ago of writing a young person's science book on the heroic adventure of OR-7, the wolf who trekked alone for hundreds of miles … Continue reading Ashland woman chronicles OR-7’s life

The new book “Journey” documents the travels of wolf OR-7

Journey The Amazing Story of Or-7, the Oregon Wolf That Made History.  Author Becky Elgin  "Join the adventures of the famous wolf OR-7, also known as Journey, as he trots across the landscape of the Pacific Northwest into territories that have not seen his kind for nearly a century. Follow this remarkable animal as he … Continue reading The new book “Journey” documents the travels of wolf OR-7

Opinion Editorial: Wolf delisting decision not based on the facts

Source: The Register-Guard By Adrian Treves FEB. 15, 2016 Last fall, the state Fish and Wildlife Commission voted 4-2 to remove protections of the state Endangered Species Act for gray wolves. It was a flawed decision, and the state Legislature could make it worse. Oregon’s law requires that listing decisions be based on “documented and verifiable … Continue reading Opinion Editorial: Wolf delisting decision not based on the facts

The State of the Wolves, 2015-2016

by Rick Lamplugh's Blog click HERE to go to Rick's blog    For wolves and their advocates, 2015 was a year of triumph and tragedy. The year began with the glow from a great victory: wolves had been placed back under federal protection in four states where they had been slaughtered. The year ended with advocates breathing … Continue reading The State of the Wolves, 2015-2016