Speak Up for Wolves in Oregon!
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is updating the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan, which will dictate how wolves in Oregon are managed for the next five years and could have a huge impact on how well wolves do in the future.
Oregon has encouraged nonlethal conflict avoidance and coexistence measures to prevent problems with ranchers and livestock instead of relying solely on lethal control. Now is not the time to turn back the clock on Oregon’s progress towards wolf recovery.
Tell the Commission you support strong wolf conservation!