The new system is being adopted by a limited number of fire agencies and national forests in time for fire season.
Oregon's attempts to regulate a Portland-area oil terminal show how ill-informed and ill-prepared the state’s oil spill responders can be under the state’s current regulations for oil by rail.
Oregon’s population of wolves increased by 10% last year. There are now 137 of them in the state, according the state’s annual report on wolf management released Monday.
With fishery limits now set, attention turns to rebuilding "overfished" salmon runs and protecting Southern Resident orcas.
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The closure affects the trail between Benson Bridge and the upper overlook at Multnomah Falls, as well as part of the connecting Wahkeena Trail.
There’s a new wolf pack on the western side of Washington’s Cascade Mountains. Wildlife officials say it’s the first time they’ve documented a pack there since wolves were wiped out decades ago.
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Federal agencies and Northern California's Yurok Tribe have released a plan to reintroduce critically endangered California condors to the Pacific Northwest.