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Controversial cyanide devices make comeback for predator control in Ore

Has Curt Mattson District Supervisor of USDA Wildlife Services not learned enough from killing an Idaho Families Pet Casey, amongst many many other pets, and almost killing their Son Canyon and his Father that almost gave Casey CPR??? What will it take to get these Government Organizations to realize that Cyanide can not ask if your a Pet or a Human Being!! Contact Information: Oregon Wildlife Services State Director 6135 NE 80th. Suite A-8. Portland, OR 97218. Phone: (503) 326-2346 VALE — Wildlife Services, which works to resolve wildlife/human conflicts, is regaining two of the tools it uses to control predators in Malheur [...]

By | 2018-02-23T14:46:05+00:00 February 23rd, 2018|OR7, Protect Oregon Wolves, Protect The Wolves|1 Comment

ODFW Needs to Outlaw Trapping

Clearly ODFW after catching Endangered species in Traps need to OUTLAW Trapping. Traps are not capable of determining if an animal is on the Endangered Species list, which in and of itself should be enough to get trapping banned. Elgin Man Charged For Unlawful Taking Of Wolf And Unlawful Trapping - Union County - 01/31/18 On December 18, 2017, an Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Trooper was inspecting a trap line near Elgin, OR, when he located a deceased wolf adjacent to one of the foothold traps. Upon inspection, it was determined that the wolf had more than likely been shot [...]

By | 2018-02-01T18:03:27+00:00 February 1st, 2018|OR7, Protect Oregon Wolves, Protect The Wolves|2 Comments

Will ODFW go after OR7? 2 more Dead calves blamed on Rogue Pack

ODFW said though they’re not required,  however non-lethal measures can be used to reduce livestock depredation.   JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Two more calves were killed by wolves in Jackson County, just days after another calf was found dead. On January 4 a cattle producer found a dead calf on private ranchland about six miles southeast of Prospect, in the Boundary Butte area. The 250-pound calf was found about 500 yards from a residence. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife determined the calf was killed by wolves. Evidence implicated the Rogue Pack. On January 10, another dead calf was found [...]

Where is Oregon’s most famous wolf now?; OR-7, famous for long journey, settles in as pack leader

In the approximately six years after his well-documented journey across Oregon, which included Deschutes County, the gray wolf best known as OR-7 has established new wolf populations in Southern Oregon and Northern California. As the nearly 9-year-old wolf settles into old age, he’s remembered as a patriarch, a grandfather and a pioneer for Oregon’s burgeoning wolf population. “He’s been a great ambassador for the species,” said Rob Klavins, Northeast Oregon field coordinator for Oregon Wild, a Portland-based environmental nonprofit. Today, OR-7 is the alpha male of the Rogue Pack, a group of 11 or 12 wolves that spends much of [...]

By | 2017-12-14T18:10:29+00:00 December 14th, 2017|OR7, Protect Oregon Wolves, Protect The Wolves|2 Comments