Oregon’s Wolf Population Grows to 22 Packs, 158 Animals — Natural History Wanderings

Oregon Wolf

Center for Biological Diversity News Release Wolves Still Concentrated in Northeast Oregon, More Growth Key to Recovery Oregon’s wolf population increased by 21 confirmed animals from 137 to 158 wolves in 2019, according to a report released today by the state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife. The state also added six new packs, for a […]

via Oregon’s Wolf Population Grows to 22 Packs, 158 Animals — Natural History Wanderings

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