New Wolf Surfaces In Klamath County

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th June NewsImnaha packwolf

Wildlife officials are tracking a wolf they say has made its way into southwest Oregon's Klamath County.

The Herald and News reports (http://bit.ly/1BWzmc7) the 2-year-old male gray wolf is one of two to make its way into the county from a disbursed Imnaha Pack in northeastern Oregon.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife official John Muir called the wolf that wRead More »

New Wolf To Compete With OR-7?

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th January NewsOR-7wolf
Another wandering wolf has found its way to the Cascades of southwestern Oregon, where OR-7 has established his pack. U.S.Read More »

Wandering Wolf May Have Found A Mate

By Jim McCoy Tue 13th May NewsOR-7wolf
Oregon's famous wandering wolf, OR-7, may have found the mate he has trekked thousands of miles looking for. Wildlife authorities said Monday that cameras on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in the southern Cascades captured several images of what appears to be a black female wolf in the same area where OR-7's GPS collar shows he has been living. U.S.Read More »

Wandering Wolf's Signal Fading

By Jim McCoy Thu 27th March NewsOR-7wolf
A wandering wolf whose trek across Oregon and Northern California attracted worldwide attention could soon fade from the public spotlight. The Global Positioning System collar that has sent regular electronic pulses to reveal his travels for the past three years has eclipsed its normal life span, and state and federal biologists don't plan to replace it. The wolf dubbed OR-7 becaRead More »

Wandering Wolf Spends Summer In Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th September NewsOR-7wolf
Oregon's noted wandering wolf has been staying put of late. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says a GPS tracking collar shows OR-7 has spent the summer in a forested area of the southern Cascades in southeastern Jackson County and southwestern Klamath County. Spokeswoman Michelle Dennehy says that suggests the 3-year-old male wolf has found favorable habitat, with deer Read More »

Parvovirus Claims Life of Wolf In NE Oregon

By Jim McCoy Fri 31st May Newsparvoviruswolf
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says a wolf found dead May 19 in northeastern Oregon died from canine parvovirus. The department says it's the first case of the virus found in Oregon wolves.Read More »


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