Stopping Wildlife Services from Killing Wolves in Oregon

Stopping Wildlife Services from Killing Wolves in Oregon Wildlife Services is a stand-alone federal extermination program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that kills roughly 4 million animals per year, including wolves, bears, otters, foxes, coyotes,...

Protecting Mexican Wolves

Protecting Mexican Wolves Mexican gray wolves belong to one of the smallest, rarest, and most genetically distinct subspecies of gray wolf. In 1976, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service first listed the Mexican wolf as a protected species under the Endangered Species...

Restoring Gray Wolves in Oregon

Restoring Gray Wolves in Oregon Oregon currently has at least 112 wolves in 11 packs, with 8 breeding pairs. Against the wishes of WELC and numerous other conservation organizations, in 2015, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission delisted the gray wolf from state...