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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 […]
  • Comment Period for Oregon Wolf Delisting Extended to October, November

    Comment Period for Oregon Wolf Delisting Extended to October, November

    Background: As of December, 2014 there were 77 confirmed wolves in Oregon including 8 breeding pairs. The Oregon Wolf Plan calls for initiating a process to delist wolves from the state Endangered Species Act when Oregon reaches the conservation objective of four breeding pairs for three consecutive years in eastern Oregon. A breeding pair is […]
  • Rogue Pack Wolf Yearlings Caught by Remote Camera

    Rogue Pack Wolf Yearlings Caught by Remote Camera

    From ODFW: A remote camera captured a series of images of Rogue Pack wolf yearlings (born spring 2014) playing in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest on June 24, 2015. While new pups have not yet been seen, wildlife biologists found pup scat in the area, which confirms the Rogue pack has new pups this year. […]
  • Wolf OR-7 News Roundup: New GPS Tracking Collar, Genetic Test Results, & Pack Designation

    Wolf OR-7 News Roundup: New GPS Tracking Collar, Genetic Test Results, & Pack Designation

    New information about Wolf OR-7 and his growing family of wolves have continued to create headlines throughout the end of this summer. Here's a roundup of recent articles and updates as we prepare for autumn and the coming winter.
  • European Wolf OR-7? Wolf Makes 1,200-Mile Dispersal

    European Wolf OR-7? Wolf Makes 1,200-Mile Dispersal

    “Incredible journey: one wolf’s migration across Europe” reads like a great companion to the story of Wolf OR-7. A Slovenian wolf dispersed from his pack in 2011, traveled an estimated 2,000 km (roughly 1,200 miles) and crossed the Austrian Alps, and is now known to have a mate and growing pack in Italy. What can we […]
  • Expedition Report

    Expedition Report

    A Journey of Surprises Who could have guessed that the day we set out on the Wolf OR-7 Expedition news would arrive announcing Oregon’s lone Wolf OR-7 had found a mate? And then, although we had thought about it and speculated, we did not expect to hear the day we entered into OR-7’s new home […]
  • Wolf Pups!

    Wolf Pups!

    The news that Wolf OR-7 is the father of the first wolf pack in southern Oregon in over 60 years, to me speaks to the very real possibility that within my lifetime we may see wolves as far west as the Pacific Coast. My hope is that Wolf OR-7’s new pack may spark conversations about […]
  • David de Rothschild joins the Wolf OR-7 Expedition for a couple of days of hiking and biking.

    David de Rothschild joins the Wolf OR-7 Expedition for a couple of days of hiking and biking.

    It is always great when the primary sponsor of an expedition is someone who really appreciates adventure, the outdoors and a good physical challenge. David de Rothschild of Sculpt the Future Foundation and Xplore, joined us not only with his good humor and explorer’s spirit, but with inspiring stories and great conversation. Sculpt the Future […]
  • Wolf OR-7 may have a mate — is Southern Oregon ready for a wolf pair?

    Wolf OR-7 may have a mate — is Southern Oregon ready for a wolf pair?

    As our team was coming into camp today, we heard the news from ODFW about photos and GPS data indicating that Wolf OR-7 may have a mate. This news coincides with the start of our Expedition which kicks off this week. We’re currently wondering: What does a breeding pair of wolves mean to Southern Oregon? Where did […]
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