Wildlife

***This will be the new page that pops up on the new "Forests" menu tap after the "Issues tab is removed.***

Our second mission is to safeguard wildlife habitat here in Oregon.  We focus on a variety of matters facing Oregon's wildlife, and their impact on other environmental concerns such as endangered species, water quality, and climate change.   We consider the true value of our wildlife to be their critical role in the preservation of a healthy planet.

Wolves

​Since the last wolf was killed in 1947, the landscape of Oregon remained empty of wolves for over 50 years.  Over the past decade, wolves have made a tenuous comeback in Oregon.  And, with their return has come a storm of controversy regarding their right to be here.​

Imnaha Wolf pack Page

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Another Wolf Page
Another Wolf Page

Cougars

​Since the last wolf was killed in 1947, the landscape of Oregon remained empty of wolves for over 50 years.  Over the past decade, wolves have made a tenuous comeback in Oregon.  And, with their return has come a storm of controversy regarding their right to be here.​

Cougar Page
Cougar Page
Cougar Page

Spotted Owls

​Since the last wolf was killed in 1947, the landscape of Oregon remained empty of wolves for over 50 years.  Over the past decade, wolves have made a tenuous comeback in Oregon.  And, with their return has come a storm of controversy regarding their right to be here.​

Owl Page

Marbled Murrelets

​Since the last wolf was killed in 1947, the landscape of Oregon remained empty of wolves for over 50 years.  Over the past decade, wolves have made a tenuous comeback in Oregon.  And, with their return has come a storm of controversy regarding their right to be here.​

Murrelets Page

And what about the fish man??? The fish!!!