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Pacific Wolf Family Video!
Every wolf pack has a story. Here in the Pacific West, gray wolves are returning to Washington, Oregon and California. How did they journey here and why? In an effort to raise awareness about this iconic, wild species, we are thrilled to announce the Pacific Wolf Family video, which is a great way to learn more about gray wolves and their returns home.
Do you know their stories? Watch the Pacific Wolf Family video to learn more:
- Judge asked to restore endangered species protections for gray wolves: Conservationists including several Pacific Wolf Coalition member groups urged a federal judge for overturn the delisting of gray wolves under the Endangered Species Act. (November 2021)
- Oregon’s wolves caught in crosshairs of climate change: This piece by Defenders of Wildlife’s Sristi Kamal, PhD put the status of Oregon’s wolves in the context of climate change after ODFW killed eight wolves, including five pups, in the summer of 2021. (November 2021)
- Oregon wolf’s epic trip to Southern California could be among the century’s longest. Read about OR-93’s record breaking journey to Southern California. (October 2021)
- Unpacking the status of Oregon’s wolves: Check out this webcast by Oregon Wild to learn all about Oregon’s wolves. (October 2021)
- Oregon kills nearly all remaining members of Lookout Mountain Wolf Pack: The Center for Biological Diversity provides a jarring update that almost 5% of Oregon’s wolf population was killed on behalf of the livestock industry in 2021. (October 2021)
- Oregon wolves blaze a trail for California wolf recovery: Check out this read to understand what OR-85’s trek from northeast Oregon to California’s Siskiyou County means for the plight of Pacific gray wolves. (October 2021)