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A search of Oregon Wild's web site for news items related to wolf recovery.

Oregon Wolf RecoveringOregon Wild's web site is home to a growing collection of news clips, press releases, and other information related to wolf recovery (focused primarily on Oregon).  The results of a quick search are listed below.  For a more detailed search, click here.

One Bullet Kills an Entire Pack
Guest author Rick Lamplugh explains the stories behind the numbers of wolf hunts in the Northern Rockies.
Nearly a million and a half Americans have filed their comments in opposition to efforts to strip wolves of federal protections. The latest batch comes on the heals of a scathing scientific review of the proposal.
Keeping the Wild
We’re about to lose track of the world’s most famous wolf. That may be ok.
As the collar on Oregon's most famous wolf seems set to fail conservationists and wildlife managers reflect on the story.
As news spreads that OR-7's collar is expected to soon fail, a team of adventurers are preparing to retrace his famous journey.
CBD's Noah Greenwald expresses concern over Idaho's recent moves on wolf management
As Idaho's wolf killing becomes more aggressive and populations drop the state finds itself under growing scrutiny.
Will the Obama administration and Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell let politics trump science?
Officials may soon lose track of the first wolf known in Western Oregon since 1947.
Native Oregonian leads a group of explorers following the thousand-mile plus journey of OR-7 - perhaps the world's most famous wolf.
OSU Press interviews Aimee Lynn Eaton - author of "Collared - Politics and Personalities in Oregon's Wolf Country" - and gets her take on the latest developments in the story.
A discussion with a wildlife advocate highlights the highs and lows of wolf recovery in Oregon and the West.
Breeding between a domestic dog and wild wolf leads to speculation as to why the rare event occurred - and the sterilization of a wolf.
Oregon congressman Peter DeFazio argues for continued protections for America's wolves.
As Oregon's fragile wolf recovery continues, another wolf is killed as part of Idaho's sport hunt.
Wildlife activists infiltrate a wolf/coyote killing contest and share an insiders view. (Warning, may be upsetting)
Environmental Law Conference panel explores wolf recovery on the West Coast
Oregon gets an update on wolf recovery
Oregon is striving to balance conservation of native wildlife with concerns from some interests. At the moment it seems to be working.
Poaching incident is a sign of tenuous nature of Oregon's wolf recovery. Conservationists argue those who whip up fear, spread misinformation, and manufacture conflict shoulder responsibility.
 

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