Oregon wolves a conservation success story, biologist says
Capital Press March 6, 2015
Wildlife biologist Russ Morgan said Oregon’s wolves are increasing at a pace identical to their recovery in the northern Rocky Mountains.
“From a conservation perspective this is very much a measure of success,” Morgan said.
The 2014 shows Oregon has a minimum of 77 wolves, including 26 known pups, in nine packs. More importantly, eight of those packs contained breeding pairs, meaning they had at least two pups…
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