Oregon Wolf Population Continues To Grow

Oregon’s gray wolf population grew in 2020 with the state Department of Fish and Wildlife documenting 15 more wolves. ODFW released its annual Wolf Conservation and Management Report this week, which stated there are at least 173 known wolves. ODFW determines the population based on tracks, sightings as well as photos from remote cameras. Wolves started returning […]

WDFW: Wolf Population Continues To Grow

Washington’s wolf population continues to increase. According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the 2019 wolf count shows a population at the highest levels since the 1930’s, the last time wolves could be hunted in the state. As of December 31st, 108 wolves, in 21 packs call the state home. In addition the […]

SE Washington Female Wolf Killed By State

Just days after Governor Jay Inslee asked that the state kill fewer wolves, the Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a wolf was killed in the state’s southeast region.  WDFW said on September 25th an adult female member of the Grouse Flats pack was killed.  It is believed that wolf was the breeding […]

Rosa: While Four Years Late Wolf Plan Encouraging For Producers

In Late May, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife unveiled an updated Wolf Management Plan; four year later than scheduled.  Jerome Rosa, Executive Director of the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association, said while not exactly what they wanted, he was happy with increased collaring, as well who can investigate depredation, and the number of depredations in […]