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  • Another Wolf Disperses to California, Says CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

    Another Wolf Disperses to California, Says CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

    Over three years after Wolf OR-7 made history as the first known, wild wolf to enter California since 1924, California Department of Fish and Wildlife have stated they have evidence that another wolf may have dispersed to California’s Siskiyou County. Their statement relies on evidence from trail cameras and tracks found on a roadside. The […]
  • The Story of Wolf B-300: Mother of Wolf OR-7 & Oregon’s First Wolf Resident

    The Story of Wolf B-300: Mother of Wolf OR-7 & Oregon’s First Wolf Resident

    Our expedition’s central character, Oregon’s famous wandering Wolf OR-7, was not the first of his lineage to have an epic tale of interstate dispersal. Before Wolf OR-7, the story of wolves returning to Oregon featured his mother, a female wolf known as B-300. She was born in central Idaho to the Timberline pack, descendants of the gray wolves translocated […]
  • Wolf Country

    Wolf Country

    It has been two weeks (forever) since we saw wolf tracks in the snow of the Wallowa Mountains. From that point onward, part of me has lamented every mile walked and bicycled as they took us further and further from any known area of wolf activity. Here we are, a wolf expedition quickly moving away […]
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