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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is permitting a Southern Oregon county to apply pesticides within a national wildlife refuge to control a mosquito onslaught.
The wandering gray wolf, OR-7, may be wandering out of the picture if wildlife officials decide to not replace a tracking device that has garnered the animal a worldwide audience.
Oregon wildlife officials have announced that they don’t plan to recollar the wolf – meaning that his future travels across the West would no longer be tracked.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is moving to buy more than 10,000 acres to add to a wildlife area on the lower Deschutes River.
Wildlife officials are taking a new look at the status of the threatened northern spotted owl. Despite decades of efforts to save the species, it could soon be considered endangered.
The folks at Metro have put together an amazing time-lapse video of beavers and nutria building a dam in the Smith and Bybee Wetlands. Other critters, mostly ducks and herons, stop by to watch.
Communities | Land | Environment | Sports | ForestryJan. 20, 2015 2:45 p.m.
If you’ve hiked anywhere in the Northwest, there’s a good chance you’ve seen an illegal trail. Often they’re quick shortcuts or paths to off-trail viewpoints. But in extreme cases, they’re longer, surreptitiously constructed paths that wind through public and private land.
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