Four Oregon activist and conservation organizations participating in a wolf stakeholder group are protesting an update to the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan.
Agriculture groups view the removal of Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves as a “conservation success story” and conservationists call it another “relentless assault on wildlife protections.”
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday the four remaining members of the OPT wolf pack in eastern Washington's Ferry County had been killed.
Wildlife officials in Washington have approved a kill order for wolves that have been preying on livestock. This is the second time this has happened in less than a month.
After 16 separate attacks on livestock, wildlife officials in Washington have approved the lethal removal of the remaining pack members.
A rancher in northeast Oregon has been granted the right to kill two wolves by state officials following an attack on calves in his cow herd.
The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association urges its members to submit testimony in opposition to Oregon Senate Bill 978, an omnibus gun control package.