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Leave Young Wildlife in the Wild

Put it back. That’s the advice you’re likely to hear if you bring a young wild animal home to “take care of it” —...

Fish & Wildlife Is Looking to Simplify Big Game Hunting Regulations

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife is proposing some changes to big game hunting regulations beginning in 2019, the latest in a multi-year...

Deadline to Apply for a Fall Controlled Hunt in 2018 in...

Fall may be months away but it’s time to start planning your big game hunt. Don’t forget to apply for a controlled hunt by...

Pair of Deer Illegally Shot Now Recovering After Arrows Removed

Two deer, illegally shot with arrows in the Shady Cove area, were successfully tranquilized yesterday and the arrows removed. Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife...

ODFW Count finds Number of Wolves in Oregon Up 11% Over...

Wildlife biologists with the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife counted 124 wolves in Oregon this past winter, an 11 percent increase over the...

Get Hunter Education Certified Now – Classes Coming Up Statewide

Now is a great time to complete a hunter education course in Oregon, as many classes are available in late winter and early spring...

State Allowing Free Fishing Throughout Oregon Feb. 17-18

It’s free to fish, crab or clam on the Saturday and Sunday of President’s Day Weekend, Feb. 17-18, so take a friend! During these two...

Report Hunt Results by Jan. 31 to Avoid Paying State a...

Every hunter who purchased 2017 big game or turkey tags needs to report their hunt results by the deadline, which is Jan. 31, 2018...

Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions Peak This Time of Year in Oregon

Several times already this year, an Oregon State Police trooper has arrived at the scene of a vehicle collision with a deer or elk...

Can You Tell the Difference Between a Wolf and a Coyote?...

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has launched a new online Coyote and Gray Wolf ID Quiz to help people differentiate between wolves and...

Non-lethal Efforts Fail to Limit Meacham Wolf Pack Depredations

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed four livestock depredations by the Meacham Wolf Pack of Umatilla County this month, all to the...

States Set Columbia River Sturgeon Seasons

Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington set recreational white sturgeon seasons for the Columbia River estuary and Bonneville Pool. In the estuary, from the Wauna...

Apply for a Fall Controlled Hunt by May 15

Fall may be months away but it’s time to start planning your big game hunt. Don’t forget to apply for a controlled hunt by...

Injured Bald Eagle Found Near Hood River

An injured bald eagle is in a Eastern Oregon rehab clinic after it was found injured on Tuesday by a Hood River resident. The Oregon...

Trout, $50 Reward Tags Await Willow Creek Anglers

In April and May the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will be releasing a total of 1,500 trophy-sized trout into Willow Creek Reservoir...

Oregon Bear Cubs Sent to Rehab Facility

A male bear cub picked up by a hiker along the Santiam River Trail has been sent to, a wildlife rehabilitation facility today to...

E. Oregon Enters Phase III of Wolf Management

Eastern Oregon is now in Phase III of wolf management after Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife staff documented a third year of seven...

ODFW: Be Responsible When Shed Hunting

As weather breaks and snow begins melting at lower elevations, more hunters are expected to take to Oregon’s outdoors—not for the chance to harvest...

Hunters Asked to Keep CWD Out of Oregon

Are you planning to hunt deer, elk or moose in another state? Oregon State Police and Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife want to...

Columbia River Salmon, Steelhead Seasons Ending

Recreational salmon and steelhead fishing will close starting Saturday on the Columbia River from Buoy 10 to the Highway 395 Bridge near Pasco, Wash.,...

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