Help Protect Wolves in Oregon
Wolves in Oregon could be in serious jeopardy. At least 10 wolves have been killed by poachers or died under mysterious circumstances since 2015 – the same year that the state stripped wolves of Oregon endangered species act protections. And a 2016 report shows that the number of breeding pairs has fallen by over 25 percent!
But despite these numbers, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has released a draft Wolf Conservation and Management Plan that not only fails to address the impacts of poaching, but also makes it easier to hunt wolves in our state.
Speak out now: Tell the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission that the latest wolf plan is unacceptable!