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January Wildlife Update: Crossings

Last week we sent an exclusive wolf pack update to fill you in on all things wolves. In case you missed it, here’s our blog post that covers the download.

   

December Wildlife Update: Wolf Plan, Condors, Zinke and More!

Nearly three years later, Oregon is close to finalizing the state Wolf Conservation and Management Plan. Read more to learn about opportunities to weigh-in! 

Saving the Humboldt Marten

Humboldt marten, otherwise known as the coastal or pacific marten is one of the 14 recognized subspecies of the American marten. This tiny carnivore can be found only on the west coast.

November Wildlife Update: Thankful

In honor of the Thanksgiving month, we’d like to express our gratitude to all of you for being caring advocates for Oregon’s wolves and other wildlife. We couldn’t do it without you!

October Wildlife Update: Wolf Awareness Week!

As we have seen time and time again, elections have consequences. That’s why it’s critical that each and every one of us votes on November 6th. For all things wild and for all wild places, it’s imperative we ensure our elected officials represent the public’s conservation values. Thanks for the reading our public service announcement. 

Now back to your regularly scheduled wolf pack update. 

September Wildlife Update

Celebrate Oregon's wildlands and wildlife!

It’s almost that time of the year again, Oregon Wild’s annual Call of the Wild benefit! Please join us on October 12th in Portland for our camping-inspired event. It’s because of members and supporters like you that we can do this critical work of protecting our state’s wildlands, wildlife, and waters.

August Wildlife Update: Wolves, Wildlife and the Endangered Species Act!

We're Back!

The Oregon Wild Wolf Pack Newsletter is back! Thank you for your patience while we got our new email system up and running. There may be a few kinks along the way, so if you happen to come across any challenges with our messages, please let us know

Wildlife Commissioner Sets Double Standard for Conservation, Insults Public's "Intellect"

As a recap--in February, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to uplist the murrelet to ‘endangered’ under the state Endangered Species Act, then without any public notice, in June reversed their previous decision. 

June Wildlife Update: Sea Otter Sighting, Crater Lake Wolf Rendezvous, and More!

There’s still time to sign up for the Crater Lake Wolf Rendezvous! The 4-day, 3-night trip, September 13-16, will take you to the incomparable landscapes around Oregon's only national park. We'll visit portions of Oregon Wild's 500,000-acre Crater Lake Wilderness proposal including the headwaters of one of Oregon's most iconic rivers: the Wild Rogue.

 

The tentative schedule includes meetings with wolf biologists, naturalists, and local wildlife advocates, possibly a tracking or outdoor skills workshop, scenic drives, and short hikes throughout the area. Get your spot before it’s too late.

May Wildlife Update: The Latest on the Pine Creek Pack

Wolverines, marbled murrelets, and red tree voles--oh my! In this month’s update, be sure to check out the wildlife section (in addition to the wolf section) as lots of things have been happening for Oregon’s threatened, endangered, and recovering native wildlife species. 

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