Environmental groups withdraw from Oregon wolf plan talks January 7, 2019 Oregon,

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Environmental groups withdraw from Oregon wolf plan talks January 7, 2019 Oregon, The Beaumont Enterprise
"With a population of wolves that's 120 animals statewide ... The groups also feel the state agency's plan favors hunters, who contend more wolves mean fewer deer for them to hunt..,

Multiple wolves confirmed in Mount Hood area for first time January 16, 2018 Oregon, Statesman Journal
... At least two gray wolves have been confirmed in the Mount Hood area, marking the first time a pair of the predators have settled in the northern Cascade Range since they began returning to Oregon in the 2000s... ODFW feeds deer and elk during the winter in the White River ...

Predator control returns to Grant County February 13, 2018 Oregon, Blue Mountain Eagle
... 2,000 deer wintered on his ranch when the county had a Wildlife Services agent keeping predators under control, but the deer population dropped to about 100 after the program ended...  the Wildlife Services agent had removed about 40 coyotes a year from his 5-square-mile property...

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