Commission meets Jan. 15 in Salem, discussion of Wolf Plan January 8, 2016 Oregon

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Commission meets Jan. 15 in Salem, discussion of Wolf Plan  January 8, 2016 Oregon, ODFW News
Meeting Agenda  ...  During the director’s report at the beginning of the meeting, Wildlife staff will brief the Commission on a proposed process for reviewing the Wolf Plan. The Plan is reviewed every five years and the last review was in 2010; however the Commission delayed the review a year as it considered (and ultimately approved) delisting of the gray wolf from the state ESA in 2015. ODFW will suggest that the review begin in April, after 2015 wolf counts are complete and the 2015 annual report is published. The review process will include meetings with stakeholders and opportunities for the public to comment. Under the proposal, ODFW would present an updated Wolf Conservation and Management Plan for approval at the August 2016 Commission meeting...

Gray Wolves At Center of ControversyJanuary 20, 2016 Oregon, KEZI TV
... Levi says he thinks there are probably about 100 wolves in the state, slightly more than the official number of 81. He says wolves are uniquely suited to bringing down big game such as livestock and elk, but they pose virtually no threat to humans...


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