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A search of press items and news clips on the Oregon Wild website that are related to wildlife.
The first part in CrossCut's series on the 20th Anniversary of the Northwest Forest Plan.
Part 2 of CrossCut's take on the 20th Anniversary of the Northwest Forest Plan
Jim Furnish, formerly with the U.S. Forest Service, and Dan Chu of the Sierra Club, weigh in on the successes of the historic Northwest Forest Plan.
I miss the call of the ducks and the geese in spring
Life-long Klamath Basin resident wrote of the loss of the waterfowl he once knew and loved.
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?
Sea Butterflies?
Wendell Wood shares a discovery from the coast!
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.
The agency charged with managing wildlife for all Oregonians faces a major budget shortfall as revenue from hunting and fishing continues a decades long decline.
Oregon congressman Peter DeFazio argues for continued protections for America's wolves.

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