Wildlife Conference – Current Threats and Actions You Can Take.

Are wildlife populations at a tipping point? What are the threats to wildlife in central Oregon that decrease sufficient, usable wildlife habitat? How can recreation users and growing communities coexist with wildlife and how can individuals help wildlife survive by initiating simple projects?  Join Oregon Wild, The Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Central Oregon LandWatch and Protect Animal Migration on November 18th in Bend to learn more. 


Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene

Join Oregon Wild staff, colleagues, and supporters at the premiere environmental law conference in the country! The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC), held each year at the University of Oregon Law School in Eugene, brings together attorneys, practioners, students, and activists from around the world to explore panel and keynote topics as interesting and diverse as environmentalism in China to wolf recovery in Oregon. 

2015 Oregon Wilderness Conference - Stand By Your Land!

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Join Oregon Wild supporters, scientists, authors, outdoor businesses, and more for the 2015 Oregon Wilderness Conference - Stand By Your Land.

Oregon Wolves: Making a Comeback

Join Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife biologist Russ Morgan for an informative evening about Oregon’s growing wolf population.  

Eradicated by bounty hunting in the mid-1900s, gray wolves have begun to make a comeback in Oregon. Now home to 64 known wolves, recovery has seen ups and downs – biologically as well as politically.

2014 Oregon Wilderness Conference

Registration is closed for 2014. For information on the 2015 Oregon Wilderness Conference May 15-16, be sure to visit us here.

This summer, in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, Oregon Wild is bringing back a signature event - the Oregon Wilderness Conference. Featuring wide ranging panel discussion, engaging conversation, and of course, plenty of recreational opportunities.

'Wild Things' Film Screening at the Hollywood Theatre

Oregon Wild has partnered with Natural Resources Defense Council for a screening of NRDC’s documentary Wild Things, a film about the USDA’s Wildlife Services’ war on native carnivores. 

Native carnivores bring balance to the landscape and keep ecosystems healthy. Wild Things introduces audiences to progressive ranchers learning to coexist with these animals and features scientists, conservationists, and even former Wildlife Services trappers, who believe it is time for a major change in the way we treat our magnificent native carnivores.

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