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Oregon Fish and Wildlife workers have radio-collared "OR-16" north of Elgin -- an area where officials haven’t seen wolves in the past.
News | local | OPB News BlogJuly 31, 2014 2:28 p.m.
Headlines for Thursday, July 31: ODFW releases an updated wolf protection plan, Portland police will target cyclists and skateboarders on downtown sidewalks, Whole Foods is scheduled to open in Eugene in 2016 and more.
Conservationists say a wandering wolf known as OR-7 has crossed back into Oregon after spending more than a year in California.
Oregon's impending decision on removing endangered-species protections for the gray wolf raises the question, what does species recovery actually mean?
News | Science | local | OPB News BlogMarch 6, 2014 6:51 p.m.
A study finds that cows that have suffered trauma or stress-related illness experience more difficulties getting pregnant in comparison to cows who haven't. For ranchers, this means lost profits.
Washington State's Department of Fish and Wildlife has released its annual survey of the state's wolf population.
The House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee held its first hearing on a series of controversial wolf bills on Wednesday. All five bills have support from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association and Rep. Greg Smith. But only one has support from wolf conservation groups.
Classroom at Crater Lake; Photographer Bill Wallauer; Wolf Haven International
Maybe you haven't noticed, but it's the golden age of music video all over again. Once left to the likes of big budgets, Top 40 and MTV, indie musicians are teaming with burgeoning auteurs to create a new wave of DIY audio/visual splendor. This week's edition: Ramona Falls, Grand Archives, Bishop Allen and Spiral Stairs.
Filmmaker John Waters is coming to Portland to perform his Christmas show. We'll talk to him about the holidays, and hear about his legacy as he approaches 70.
Amid the shaky launch of the Affordable Care Act, musicians and other creatives are seeking new options, in a market that has traditionally shut them out.
Portland journalist and Oregon ArtsWatch editor Barry Johnson discovered that Profile Theatre's Lips Together, Teeth Apart was a portal that led to the past.