OREGON — If you’ve gone hunting recently – the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wants to remind you to report your hunt. ODFW says every hunter who purchased a deer, elk, cougar, bear, pronghorn, or turkey tag needs to ...

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. – A cougar cub is now living at Wildlife Safari in Winston. This comes after people spotted the cub near Rogue River last week. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife told NBC5 News it doesn’t know ...

ASHLAND, Ore. —NBC5 News first told you about a young black bear euthanized by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife earlier this month. Now an animal welfare organization is speaking out on ODFW’s decision. According to ODFW, a man told ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- A young black bear euthanized by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife this week is bringing renewed focus to the dangers of interacting with wildlife. According to ODFW, a man told Oregon State Police about a young black ...

COOS BAY, Ore.- The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is now offering a $1,500 reward for information on two poached deer they found last week in Coos Bay. Officials say poachers shot three black-tailed bucks over the weekend of ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Children 17 and under are invited to attend a free ‘Turkey Clinic’ April 3rd. It’s designed for first time youth hunters. It’s being hosted by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife. The young hunters will be ...

OREGON – The deadline for big game hunters to report their tags is rapidly approaching. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says the deadline is January 31st. To avoid long phone lines, it suggests hunters now report their tags ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – If you plan to visit Hyatt Lake, you might want to stay on-shore or on-board or else you might find some unwanted guests. Alexandra Estes, a mom of two, and her family decided to go fishing at ...

Ashland police and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife are teaming up to solve Ashland’s bear problems. ODFW said there are two main issues, garbage cans left on the curb and newcomers to town, who don’t know what attracts ...

OREGON — It’s baby season in the animal kingdom, so the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding people not to touch them. A spokesperson for the Department of Fish and Wildlife says people need to leave young wildlife ...

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