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Oregon Wolf News questions how wolves may impact Oregon. Read the Oregon wolf recovery plan, research wolf studies, and see wolf news reports from around the country and world. Learn how to identify wolves and how to identify wolf sign in the wild. Learn about wolf predation on deer and elk herds; see livestock predation reports; wolf attacks on pets and humans; read about how to properly deal with livestock depredation on your ranch; learn about the diseases carried by wolves and how to avoid them.

Oregon Wolf Rally March 10

Wolf Free Oregon is planning a rally to protest the invasion of the Canadian Gray Wolf and the damage done to livestock and big game herds occurring across the northeast Oregon landscape. Let’s stop the destruction before it begins. The Canadian Gray Wolf must go by whatever means necessary. Don’t allow the “plague” to begin here as it has in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.

JOIN US:

11 a.m. Thursday March 10, 2011 at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife headquarters in La Grande, 107 20th Street. Meet at the BI-MART parking lot by 11 a.m., and then proceed to rally and demonstration at the ODFW headquarters.

 

Wolves In Oregon

This video clip above, was taken by ODFW on Nov. 12, 2009 in the Imnaha Wildlife Management Unit (east of Joseph, Ore. in Wallowa County). At least 10 wolves made up this pack that ODFW has been monitoring since June 2008. The video was taken from an adjacent ridge across a canyon and shows a mixture of gray and black individual wolves moving up the slope.

 

 

More Wolves In Oregon

As of February 2011, the Imnaha Pack now numbers 14 wolves and nobody knows how many wolves have pioneered out to form new packs. The big question facing Eastern Oregon residents is "How soon will wolves begin impacting Oregon as severely as they have impacted Idaho?"

 

 

Wolf Management

Wolf populations have exceeded recovery goals in the (NRM) Northern Rocky Mountain and the Western Great Lakes states. Wolves were delisted in most of the (NRM) states and one hunting season had occurred in Idaho and Montana in areas where wolves impacted deer and elk herds and caused excessive predation on livestock. As of August 5, 2010 Judge Donald Malloy had ruled to relist wolves based on a technicality that Wyoming does not have a management plan. Now wolves can not be managed in any of the lower 48 states, wolf numbers are increasing and problems continue to escalate. Most people expect wolf management, the big question is: "When Will It Begin?"

 

Wolves Coming From Idaho

The Idaho F&G video below shows how fast the wolf population grew in Idaho. In 1995  wolves were released in Idaho. Idaho now has nearly 1000 confirmed wolves, many residents claim the population is actually closer to 2,000 wolves. Elk herds in several management units have dropped in numbers rapidly and wolves are impacting sheep and cattle ranchers heavily. This video illustrates the spread of wolves in Idaho and gives you an idea what may likely occur in Oregon as wolves move  from Idaho and begin breeding in Oregon.

 

 

How Much Do Wolves Eat

Numbers vary regarding how much a wolf eats each year. During one USGS Study in Yellowstone Park, 24 wolves were observed for 1 month in 1997 and 57 wolves were observed for 1 month in 1998. A total of 81 wolves were observed for a one month period and 114 kills were observed. This included 106 elk, 6 moose, 1 mule deer, and 1 bison. The average kill rate was 1.4 elk per wolf per month. That study indicates that 1 wolf will eat  17 elk per year. It would require 44 deer to equal the same body mass as 17 elk. At that rate, 100 wolves will eat about 1700 elk or 4400 deer per year, and 1000 wolves will eat about 17,000 elk or 44,000 deer per year.

 

 

Annual Livestock Losses

Wisconsin 2010 - Wolves are causing more trouble in Wisconsin. That’s according a new report from the state DNR. It said grey wolves killed 47 livestock calves, 34 dogs, 16 cows, and 6 sheep...(the full story)

 

Michigan 2010 - Two dogs, 57 cattle, seven sheep and a guinea hen have fallen victim to wolves this year...(the full story)

 

Minnesota 2007 - Verified losses caused by wolves included 3 cows, 83 calves, 1 horse, 1 foal, 10 sheep, 365 turkeys, and 3 dogs...(the full story)

 

Idaho 2009 - Confirmed wolf attacks on domestic animals include 76 calves (killed), 7 calves (injured), 14 cows (killed), 344 sheep (killed), 20 sheep (injured), 16 dogs (killed), 8 dogs (injured), 1 foal (killed), 1 goat (killed). Attacks classified as probable wolf attacks include another, 26 calves (killed), 3 calves (injured), 1 cow (killed), 156 sheep (killed), 4 dogs (killed), 2 dogs (injured), and 1 goat (killed)...(the full story)

 

Montana 2010 - Wolves killed or injured $512,981 worth of cattle, calves, sheep, goats, horses, llamas guard dogs and pet dogs. Four years ago, wolves damaged $73,269 worth of livestock, pets and working dogs. Predator increases have been caused by several factors, all of which relate to wolves. “We have not received any additional funding since the time the population and range of wolves has expanded,” Steuber said. He explained that the “ground tools” government trappers can use to control predators are limited because of federal laws designed to protect wolves in the area...(the full story)

 

Wyoming 2010 - As of mid-November, wolves have killed a total of 63 domestic livestock and horses, although some suspected depredations, injuries and deaths related to wolf activity are not included in the total. A total of 36 wolves have been killed for livestock depredations by wildlife managers so far. Depredations reached a peak in 2009, when 222 domestic pets and livestock, mostly sheep, were killed...(the full story)

Warning : Videos and News Reports on this website share sensitive stories and include graphic photos involving wolves and prey.

 

 

Wolves Killing Oregon Elk

As reported Feb 5, 2011

The weekend finally rolled around, northeast Oregon residents Justin and Jenna couldn’t wait to get out and take some wildlife photos with their new camera lens. The weather didn’t look too promising in Union County so they decided to drive 80 miles east to the Zumwalt Prairie located between Joseph and Imnaha in Northeast Oregon. Justin recalls “We’ve gone to this area numerous times to see the wildlife, we would see herds of 300-400 elk and deer, and many would be only 100 yards or so from the vehicle. Although, I have to say on the last trip the animals did appear more alert, we still expected to see something, so we decided to go for a hike and explore the area more thoroughly.”

 

After hiking for about 15 minutes Justin and Jenna came across huge tracks in the muddy trail. Justin relates, “There was no mistaking it; we both knew we were looking at wolf prints. We had heard wolf reports from local farmers but still couldn’t believe we were actually looking at fresh wolf prints. Then we began to wonder, is this why there were no elk in sight? Does this explain why the elk and deer were all so skittish last month?”

 

 

 

 

Justin and Jenna continued down the trail thinking about what they had just seen. Justin explains, “The farther we walked the more wolf tracks we saw. Then right in front of us a group of magpies and a golden eagle flew off of a fresh elk kill. It was a calf elk and all that remained was the hide and some bones with small amounts of meat. About 20 yards away laid the head of the calf elk. We were still investigating the remains when suddenly we noticed three grey wolves bedded in a rock pile only 70 yards up the ridge ahead of us. I knew this could be a once in a lifetime opportunity and I hoped they wouldn’t catch our scent and take off. I immediately began snapping lots of photos.

 

The wolves remained surprisingly calm; one at a time they casually got up and then just stared at us for several minutes. One wolf finally relieved herself and another took a big stretch, then the farthest wolf began to slowly walk away. The two closer wolves gazed at us a moment longer, then one at a time they turned and slowly followed, none of them looked back or indicated too much concern about our presence. But then again, why do they have to be concerned, they have no enemies.”

 

 

 

 

Justin added, “After seeing the lack of elk and deer on this historic winter range, I’m very concerned about how these wolves are impacting the elk and deer herds. The wolf groups and the courts have stopped wolf management in other states; we can only hope we will be allowed to control these wolves soon, they are rapidly expanding throughout the Pacific Northwest. I’m also concerned about the effect wolves are going to have on our way of life, it was very clear as my photos show, these wolves had little or no fear of humans at close range in the broad daylight.”

 

Justin and Jenna both enjoy their time in the outdoors and like photographing the local wildlife, they reside in Northeast Oregon. Justin asked for this story to be shared with the public. Feel free to pass this on to your email lists and anyone in the media.

 

 

Wallowa County - First wolf kill in Oregon occured May 5, 2010

 

WOLF NEWS HEADLINES

LaGrande Wolf Rally March 10

Wolf Shot In North Dakota

Wyoming Wolf Report (Predation)

Endangered Species: Wolf Pact

 

Tester Amends Budget Bill

Montana Governor Defies Feds

Imnaha Wolves Collared, 1 Dead

Fight Worth Fighting

Schweitzer Runs From His Shadow

Larry Craig Lobbying On Wolves

 

Wolves Have No Place In The ESA

MT House Votes To Nullify ESA

Oregon Wolf Presentation - Feb 19

Wolves Killing Oregon Cattle

Oregon Senator - Wolf Newsletter

WDFW Seeks Tips On Wolf Poaching

 

Oregon Wolves Kill 2 Bred Cows

MT FWP Still Seeking Approval

No Big Wolf Kills Planned In Montana

Wolves - Are Feds Further Reneging

MT Resident Supports Schweitzer

Schweitzer's Order Draws Reactions

 

Time Right To Challenge ESA

Pacific Legal FDN Suing USFWS

Washington Cattlemen Suing USFWS

Washington Cattlemen -v- Salazar

Methow Valley 3rd Wolf Poaching

Schweitzer - Montana Will Defy Feds

 

Wolves In Idaho Lawmaker's Sights

Wisconsin Attacks Increasing

Lawsuit Nationwide Wolf Recovery

Lookout Pack Dwindles

ESA Is About The Money

Montana Predator Losses Up 450%

 

Feds Approve Idaho Wolf Kill

Livestock Losses In Perspective

CBD: Tell Senators To Back Off

Wolves On Military Land

Lummis Sponsors Wolf Bill

Molloy Questions Experimental

 

Wolves Killing Oregon Elk

Send Message To Congress Here

Media Avoids Backyard Wolf Kills

Wolfish Judicial Games

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Wolf Status Still In Flux

 

Doc Hastings Talks About Wolves

RMEF Call To Congress To Delist

Wolf Bill Endorsements & Sponsors

Lawmakers Aim To Delist Wolves

Montana Senators Restart Talks

Wolf Foes Turn To Congress

 

US House Wolf Exemption Bill

Wolf Wars Move Eastward

Beef Prices & Wolf Migration

Judge Molloy Cannot Destroy Law

Arizona Wolves Rebound

The Reality Of  A Green World

 

Wool Growers Testify On Wolf Bill

RMEF To MT Wildlife Federation

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Feds Appeal Wyoming Wolf case

Molloy Strikes Again

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Experimental Wolves Molloy's Order

Wolves Killing Livestock Near Eagle

Wyoming Wolf Lawsuit

WWP Lawsuit Dismissed

Wolf-Coyote Hybrid Attacks

Wolf Project County Support

 

Wolves Confirmed Umatilla County

AZ Game & Fish Ask To Delist

EU Acts To Stop Sweden Hunt

Hunters Funding Anti-Hunting

Ruling May Halt Ability To Kill Wolves

Wolf Habitat At Capacity

 

Oregon's Imnaha Wolf Pack

Wolf Attack On An Elk

Ranchers Get No Wolf Satisfaction

Wolf Forum At Upcoming SRM Meet

Assoc Of F&W Agencies Request

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Ecosystem Management

Wolf Attack At SHOT Show

Excerpt from "Wolfer: A Memoir"

Washington Wolf Bills

Project A Success But Costly

Gray Wolf Range Map

 

Portland Wolf Presentation

Idaho County Wolf Raffle

Canis Lupus Update

MT Votes 99-1 To Urge Delisting

Wolf DNA In Virginia Coyotes

Debate Over Oregon Wolves

 

Alaska F&G Shoots Wolf

Wolves Attack Cattle Kill Sheep

Wolf Treks 3000 Miles Poisoned

Feds Investigate WY Wolf Death

Counting Wolves More Difficult

Oregon More Pups Than Expected

 

Swedish Activists Sabotage Threat

Overwhelming Support To Delist

South Dakota Watch For Wolves

Group Appeals Big Hole Leases

1968 Newspaper Shows YNP Wolf

400 Siberian Wolves Superpack

 

Siberian Wolf Pack Of 400

Wolf Attack In Germany

Wolf's Endangered Species Status

Wolves Are About Money

Woman Stabs Wolf Saves Husband

Rulings Jeopardize Wolves

 

Yellowstone Elk Numbers Down

Environmentalists Not In Reality

Oregon Wolf Report December 2010

Wolves And No Right Of Protection

Scientist Says YNP Destroyed

Why Hunting-Trapping Is Best

 

Feds Plan To Delist Great Lakes

Judge Johnson's Wyoming Decision

Grizzly With Cubs Charges Wolf

Wolves Kill Another Oregon Cow

Montana Seeks Hunt For Wolves

Idaho Wolf Management Discussion

 

Idaho County Declares Disaster

WDFW Suspect Third Wolf Pack

Activists Stop Pay For Wolf Kills

Idaho Wolf Resolution Aug16 2010

Study: Wolves Not Helping Aspen

Rocky Mtn Wolf Debate Rages

 

Idaho Requests USFWS MOA

Wyoming Wolf Pack Has 12 Pups

Editorial - Failed Wolf Experiment

Activist Lawyers Rip-off Taxpayers

Idaho Commission Resolution

Bill To Delist Wolves In Congress

 

Wolf Tourism Survey - Send In Now

Idaho Asks Feds To Kill Lolo Wolves

Petition For Wolves Across The US

Montana FWP Decry Wolf Decision

Idaho F&G Comment On Relisting

Malloy's Ruling To Relist Wolves

 

Missoula Wolf Rally June 15

Idaho's Declining Elk Harvests

Idaho Wolf Introduction Exposed

Wolves Keep Village On Edge

Wallowa County - Wolf Changes

Washington Wolf History Lesson

 

Following The Money

NRA - Who Is Crying Wolf

Wolf Numbers Exploding

Alaska Sues For Predator Control

Wolves Kill Third Oregon Calf

Wolves Rebound Causing Unease

 

Two Idaho Wolves Kill Sheep

Mangy Druid Wolf Killed Near Butte

How Legal Was Wolf Introduction

Wolf Kill Permits Issued In Oregon

Wolf Symposium In LaGrande

Cody Wolf Impact Rally

 

Cody Wolf Management Rally

Another Wolf Attack In Joseph OR

A Gathering Of Wolves

Outfitters Can Harvest Five Wolves

Montana To At Least Double Quota

Which Wolf Is The Right Wolf - Part 1

 

Which Wolf Is The Right Wolf - Part 2

Wolf Attacks People In Georgia

Jasper Park - Elk Scoop And Run

Emergency Closure Needed Now

NRM Wolf Population Trends

IDFG Lolo Elk Count

 

Director USFWS - Defenders Wildlife

Gray Wolves Threaten Human Life

Funding Needed For Wolf Lawsuit

3 Montana Packs To Be Eliminated

Myth Of The Harmless Wolf

Idaho March Wolf Report

 

Yellowstone Elk Suffering

Idaho House Bill 531 Passes

Wolf Encounters In Ely, Minnesota

Hunters Key To Managing Wildlife

Wolves And Livestock

RMEF Letter to Defenders of Wildlife

 

Defenders of Wildlife Letter to RMEF

$1 Million Wolf Livestock Project

Pug Narrowly Escapes Wolf

Decline Of Elk By Wolves

Conservation Success or Disaster

First Wolf Season A Success

 

Idaho Horse Death

Urgent Meeting Hydatid Disease

Four Horses Killed In St Regis

Hydatid Disease Fact Verses Reality

Bitterroot Wolves Are Here To Stay

Minnesota Files Petition To Delist

 

Video Report On Alaska Wolf Attack

Fatal Attack Unnerves Village

Two Wolves Killed By Officials

Autopsy: Likely Killed By Wolves

Wolf May Have Attacked Teacher

Defenders Wildlife - Justice Dept

 

Director Wants Expanded Hunting

Was It A Conspiracy

Wolf Impacts Under Estimated

Montana Senator Hinkle Letter

State Hopes To Target Lolo Wolves

Pet Dog Killed By Wolves

 

Letter To MT Environmental Council

Three Wolves Collared In Oregon

Wolves Found In Colorado?

Wolf Advocate Warned by IDFG

Wyoming verses USFWS "Latest"

Wolves Kill 2 Hunting Dogs

 

Minnesota Wolf Woes

Utah Wolf Measure

Wyoming Coalition Blasts USFWS

Utah Proposes Wolf Ban

Hydatid Disease And Education

Human Habituated Wolves

 

Wolves In Oregon Cascades

Montana Wolf Attacks Spike In 2009

365 Livestock Animals Killed In MT

Sweden Allows Wolf Hunting

Did Imported Wolves Bring Parasite

Big Game Scarce Along Gallatin

 

Obama Asked To Ban Arial Gunning

Wolf Hit On I-90 In North Idaho

Pack Of 10 Wolves - Wallowa County

4 Dogs Killed In Idaho Attack

Valuable Dogs Killed By Wolves

Wolves Roam, Trouble Follows

 

Rabid Wolf Attacks Hunter

When Wolves Claim Your Kill

Idaho's New Hunt

Montana's First Wolf Taken

Are Gray Wolves Still Endangered

Idaho's 100 Special Wolf Tags

 

Wolf Tag Sales Bring In $167,000

Wolf Advocates Won't Appeal

Wolf Advocates Want Court To Hurry

Hunters Not Required To Eat Wolf

Idaho Wolf Poacher Busted

Livestock Losses, Wolves Killed

 

 

 

Elk calf killed by wolves and found by Justin & Jenna while hiking.

 

 

The wolves watched Justin & Jenna for several minutes at 70 yards.

 

 

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