JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – A dog was killed in a wolf attack in Jackson County just days after a similar incident happened in Eastern Oregon. On January 16, a 40-pound Kelpie herding dog was found dead 150 yards away from ...

UNION COUNTY, Ore. – Several wolves from northeast Oregon were poisoned. Now, police are looking for those who are responsible. This past February, Oregon State Police were made aware of at least one dead, collared wolf in rural Union County. ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – After a significant lull, wolves are once again attacking cattle in southwest Oregon. Throughout 2020, the Rogue Pack was blamed for killing over a dozen cattle in Jackson and Klamath Counties. However, there weren’t any confirmed ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon is seeing almost 10% more wolves in comparison to the previous year, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The latest Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Report says it counted 173 wolves in the ...

BAKER COUNTY, Ore. — Investigators are asking for help identifying the person who illegally killed a wolf in eastern Oregon. Oregon State Police said sometime around September 24, a dead wolf was found northwest of New Bridge between Baker City ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Gray wolves are expanding their territory in Jackson County. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed the first gray wolf west of highway 62 earlier this month. Sam Dodenhoff with ODFW says the wold was ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Two calves were killed by wolves last week in Jackson County. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said on the morning of October 18, a ranch hand found a dead 5-month-old calf in a pasture ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – A wildlife and forest advocacy group is trying to help build a fence to prevent a southern Oregon wolf pack from killing livestock. A number of years ago, the Rogue Pack of wolves was established in ...

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. – Wolves with the Rogue Pack are being blamed for killing a steer in Klamath County. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said on the morning of June 2, a rancher found a dead 730-pound yearling ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. —  The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says Oregon’s wolf population is up 10 percent in the last year. It’s one of the reasons the department is updating the state’s wolf management plan and proposing new ...

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