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Federal officials on Wednesday proposed to remove gray wolves from the endangered species list. The decision was revealed by David Bernhardt, the acting secretary of the Department of the Interior, at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Denver.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service noted that there has been a significant increase in wolf numbers across much of the country, citing a population jump from 1,000 to 5,000 in...
Oregon State Police are seeking information regarding eight wolves killed by poison in Union County, Oregon. Several non-profit groups are also offering a large monetary reward.
In February, Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife troopers responded to a call from state wildlife biologists who received a mortality signal from a collared wolf near Mount Harris. When they arrived on the scene, troopers found the carcasses of three male and two female...
Epizootic hemorrhagic disease is the most common ailment among whitetail deer. It’s transmitted by biting midges and typically kills the host within a week. In the final days of an infected deer’s life, they’ll experience high fever, ulcers, difficulty breathing, loss of awareness, and swelling in the head, neck, tongue, and eyes. Those uncomfortable symptoms explain why EHD-afflicted deer often seek out water and shade before death.
It’s a lack...