wildlife

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.

 

Webcast: The Mysterious World of the Marbled Murrelet

Enter the secret world of the marbled murrelet, a rare seabird that nests in the dwindling old-growth forests of Oregon's Coast Range. Then learn about near-term actions you can take to speak up for this imperiled species and other endangered wildlife.

April Wildlife Update: Wolf Recovery Continues

The Oregon wolf population is up, predation is down, and no wolves were killed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in 2019 - that’s the quick snapshot of the annual wolf report that came out this week. We cover that and more in this month’s newsletter!

March Wildlife Update: Staying Connected

We know these are trying times, made more challenging by the deluge of COVID 19 news. Hopefully this month’s wolf pack newsletter serves as a welcome mental break! And if you really want to dive into something else, join us on Wednesday April 1st for a video presentation on the secret life of beavers! More details about how to sign up below.

November Wildlife Update: Necessary Protections

On December 6th, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will be determining what the future holds for the marbled murrelet, an imperiled nesting seabird. While at this time public testimony will not be allowed, we still encourage folks to attend the Salem meeting and show their support!

March Wildlife Update: When it Feels Like Groundhog's Day

There’s never a dull day for those of us working on wildlife conservation in Oregon! In this monthly update, we’ll give you the download on the Wolf Plan review process, legislative happenings in Salem, and much more. Also, don’t forget to check out the “In the news” section, as there is one story in particular that really puts a spotlight on the difficulty of doing environmental conservation in this state.

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