Field Guide spent a year roaming woods, ranches and mountains examining the plight of wolves and what it means to live with them. Can ranchers coexist with wolves when livestock turn up dead? Will wolves bring tourists to Oregon as they have in Yellowstone? There are no easy answers. Yet, as their numbers increase, wolves themselves are forcing the hands of conservationists, ranchers and wildlife managers.
First Broadcast: 2010
Producer: Ed Jahn
Videographer: Nicholas Fisher
Videographer: Todd Sonflieth
Editor: Bruce Barrow
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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
- Resource for wolf news and information from Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.
- Online: DFW.state.or.us/wolves/
- Oregon wilderness/wildlife conservation group.
- Online: OregonWild.org
Defenders of Wildlife
- National wolf conservation group.
- Online: Defenders.org
- Eugene based predator Conservation group.
- Online: PredatorDefense.org/
Wallowa County Stockgrowers Association
- Rancher organization in Eastern Oregon with chronology of wolf events & news from a ranching perspective.
- Online: WallowaCountyStockgrowers.org
Oregon Cattlemen’s Association
- Rancher-based Wolf Advisory group.
- Online: OrCattle.com/wolf-task-force