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A New Year for Oregon's Wolves

Rob Klavins reflects on wolf recovery and the year ahead.

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Hikes & Events

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Feb 04, 2015: Oregon has long been regarded as a state full with natural treasures of forests, rivers and mountains. We rely on...
movie event
Feb 04, 2015: BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! After several sellout shows, the OR-7 documentary will be back in Portland on Wednesday,...
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Feb 06, 2015: Oregon Wild is excited to promote an evening of art, music, and information about large carnivores in the West. On...
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Feb 08, 2015: Trek past frozen lakes and amble through snowy forests on this moderately rated snowshoe hike. Level: ModerateDistance...
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Oregon WildBlog

Jan 22, 2015 | Quinn Read
By Stephanie Taylor, Wildlife Intern “Only the mountain has lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of the wolf.” - Aldo Leopold Greetings! My name is Stephanie Taylor...
Jan 12, 2015 | Rob Klavins
A new year provides opportunities for reflection – and prognostication. For wolves in Oregon, 2014 was a good year. Journey finally found his mate and Oregon continued a...