The Port has built a fence and put cattle guards on roadways around the airfield to keep animals out.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Under the old plan, a wolf that attacked livestock twice or more over any period of time was deemed a “chronic depredator” and could be killed in the eastern third of the state, where wolves
In mid-May, as many as 10,000 cormorants counted on the Astoria Bridge – a major jump from the 3,400 the state counted last year.
Trump administration proposal to take the iconic symbol of the wild off the endangered species list has exposed divisions among states.
SALEM, Ore. — A record number of wolves are roaming the forests and fields of Oregon, 20 years after the species returned to the state. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reported Monday that
Officials have designated the area as a new area of known wolf activity. As of early 2018, there were at least 124 wolves in the state.
The device is the same as those commonly seen at used car lots and is powered by a generator that blows air into the balloon so it jumps and wiggles in the air.
The announcement came after months of negotiations to update rules on how and when wolves can be killed as their numbers increase and they spread farther west and south after re-entering northeastern Oregon from Idaho
Wolf advocates say the site-specific plans will prioritize and make the best use of non-lethal tools, while ranchers hope the proposal gives them a quicker and clearer path to dealing with problem wolves.