Klamath County, Ore. – According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, on October 19th a 700 pound calf was found dead on a private pasture in the Wood River Valley area of Klamath County.  The calf was examined ...

Klamath County, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said a livestock producer called the agency on October 6th to report two dead calves in the area of Wood River Valley in Klamath County. ODFW said the two ...

Brookings, Ore. – Oregon State Police helped recuse an elk that had fallen into a shallow well near Brookings on Saturday. According to OSP, troopers responded to the scene along with Brookings Fire/Rescue, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, ...

Salem, Ore.- Security specialists in the Office of the State CIO are investigating the impact of a reported information security breach involving the online licensing system used by Oregon, and other states, to process hunting and fishing applications. As a ...

Grants Pass, Ore., — A cougar sighting in Grants Pass is concerning neighbors. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife received calls about a cougar spotted recently near Fruitdale Drive in Grants Pass. The cougar even ate someone’s pet cat. ...

Jackson County, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said a wolf is responsible for killing two goats and a lamb in Jackson County. Wildlife biologists were called to 2 different properties in the Grizzly Peak area last ...

Ashland, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is keeping an eye on a bear in Ashland that came through an open window last week. According to landlord David Goodwin, just as our piece was airing on NBC5 ...

UPDATE (05/12 11:20 pm) – The bear came down from the tree at about 10:30 pm and ran off into the night. Police are hoping it will return to its natural habitat. __________ Medford, Ore. — An area along Columbus ...

Salem, Ore. — If you’re headed to caves with bats, the Department of Fish and Wildlife wants your help. White-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed more than six million bats since 2006, has been confirmed in a Washington ...

Wallowa County, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says they’ve confirmed five attacks on livestock by wolves in Wallowa County in the past three weeks. Despite trying to deter wolves in the Imnaha pack with non-lethal measures, ...

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