Animals | News | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | localAP | Oct. 12, 2017 11:35 a.m. | Medford, Oregon
A collared gray wolf known as OR-33 was illegally killed in southern Oregon and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is asking the public to help solve the crime.
Animals | local | Environment | NewsStatesman Journal | June 22, 2016 11:13 a.m.
The 2-year-old wolf roamed almost within Ashland city limits — a city of more than 20,000 — during recent weeks.
local | Environment | NewsAP | Aug. 20, 2015 11:48 a.m.
For the first time in almost a century, California is home to a pack of wolves.
local | News | OPB News BlogOPB | Oct. 1, 2014 1:43 p.m. | Portland
Wolf OR-7 inspired the world as he made his way across Oregon and into California, covering some 1,200 miles before settling in southern Oregon. And now in just under three minutes, you can take the journey too.
local | News | OPB News BlogOPB | Aug. 25, 2014 8 a.m. | Portland
Headlines for Monday, Aug. 25: Washington County and Hillsboro will vote on whether to allow Intel to invest up to $100 billion in new equipment over the next 30 years, biologists plan to capture and collar Wolf OR-7 and his growing wolf pack, the city of Springfield will dedicate a new Simpsons mural Monday at noon, and more.
local | News | OPB News BlogOPB | July 24, 2014 3:23 p.m. | Portland
It was only about a month ago that Oregon biologists announced that the state's most famous wolf, OR-7, became a father. Now the pups are growing fast and ready for their close up.
local | News | OPB News BlogOPB | June 20, 2014 7:12 a.m. | Portland
Headlines for Friday, June 20: A lawsuit has been filed over the sale of land that is near Wolf OR-7's new established home; next month Hermiston Fire and Emergency will serve Umatilla with ambulances instead of local services; La Pine must fix its contaminated groundwater problem in five years and more.
local | Environment | News | OPB News BlogOPB | June 4, 2014 11:28 a.m. | Portland
After Wolf OR-7 took up a lady wolf, the hottest wildlife item have become parents to some adorable, fluffy pups.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says the wandering gray wolf has spent the summer in Southeast Jackson County and Southwest Klamath County.