Oregon Wildblog

Webcast: Hiking the Wonders of Mount Hood

Take a virtual tour of some of the more off-the-beaten-path trails where you’ll be able to enjoy the mountain safely as we temporarily adjust our hiking habits in light of current health concerns.

Webcast: The Return of the Condor

Bringing back the California condor isn’t just an opportunity for restoration and rewilding, but also reconnection and cultural rebirth.


Public lands timber sales explained

NEPA, ground truthing, and litigation: Tools in the toolbox that forest advocates use to fight timber sales on federal public land in Oregon. This week's WildChat webcast, a regular event put on by our friends at Cascadia Wildlands, featured a panel of experts who talked about using these tools. 

Remembering OR-7

On April 15th, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) released their annual wolf report. As usual the agency put a positive spin on their program, but unlike recent years, the news was legitimately generally positive. In 2019, the state did not kill wolves, the wolf population grew, and conflict with livestock decreased. Those are outcomes we've been fighting for for years.

Best Practices for Getting Outdoors in the Age of COVID

We know you’re itching to go outside and hit the trail, pitch a tent, or launch a kayak after a spring of staying home and staying safe. As places reopen and it becomes safer to do so, there are a lot of new considerations and best practices we want to encourage everyone to think about before you make the decision to get outside to enjoy our public lands. Recreate Responsibly graphic