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The loss of livestock and other personal property are biggest concerns surrounding the huge fires that raged in southeastern Oregon. But the damage is also taking a toll on habitat for the already-dwindling population of sage grouse and other wildlife.
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.
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 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.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announces that it will experiment with killing barred owls in Northwest forests to keep these aggressive birds from crowding out their more genteel cousins, the federally protected northern spotted owls.
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