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Wolves May Keep Cows Off Washington Fish And Wildlife Land

Washington Fish and Wildlife may prohibit cattle from some department grazing lands to avoid conflicts with wolves, according to an internal review of grazing policies.

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Half Mystery, Half Magic: In Search Of Great Grey Owls

Nicknamed the "ghosts of the forest," great grey owls are elusive. Photographer Ken Shults is on a quest to find and photograph these elegant owls.

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To Save Endangered Species, Conservationists Want You To Wrap It Up

Before you wrap up that date with your special someone, there’s something else conservationists hope you wrap up as well. They say preventing unplanned pregnancies could help save endangered species.

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Butterflies V. Border Wall: National Butterfly Center Seeks Restraining Order

The Center says government officials have already cut down trees on its private property in anticipation of a border wall. The planned wall would split its property in two.

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So Far, Northwest Forest Plan Falling Short Of Biodiversity Goals

Surprising findings raise questions about how Pacific Northwest forests should be managed.

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Tube Man Waves Bye-Bye To Wolves In Southern Oregon

Two inflatable tube men are on loan from the environmental group Defenders of Wildlife, which is assisting ranchers across the state with hazing wolves using non-lethal deterrents.

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Washington's Wolf Population Likely Larger Than Estimated, Researcher Says

The question of how many wolves roam the state is important because it determines whether wolves are considered a protected species under state and federal law.

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Mount Hood Wolf Found Dead Near Highway 26

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed to OPB that a young male wolf from the White River pack was found dead near Highway 26 in November.

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Alpine Frogs Under Threat From Climate Change

Alpine lakes in the Northwest are drying up, and so are the frogs and tadpoles that live in them

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New Gray Whale License Plates Available In Oregon Feb. 1

A fraction of the license plate sales will go to Oregon State University's Marine Mammal Institute.