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Wolves in Southern Oregon have Pups! Go OR-7

Postby Ikan Mas » Wed Jun 04, 2014 12:36 pm

http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-north ... e_has.html

Pretty cool. A new family of wolves in my home stomping grounds.



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Re: Wolves in Southern Oregon have Pups! Go OR-7

Postby austex » Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:01 pm

What a stud! *L* Good to see things are going in the right direction somewhere in the world.
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Re: Wolves in Southern Oregon have Pups! Go OR-7

Postby rlown » Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:36 am

California Fish and Game Commission Votes to Add Gray Wolf to State Endangered List

JUNE 4, 2014

Media Contacts:
Andrew Hughan, CDFW Communications, (916) 201-2958

The California Fish and Game Commission has voted to move forward with listing the gray wolf as an endangered species under California law.

The vote took place at the regularly scheduled Commission meeting in Fortuna on June 4. Commissioners Richard Rogers, Jack Baylis and Michael Sutton voted for listing, while Commissioner Jacque Hostler-Carmesin voted no. Commissioner Jim Kellogg was not present.

“No land animal is more iconic in the American West than the Gray Wolf,” said Sutton, who is also president of the Commission. “Wolves deserve our protection as they begin to disperse from Oregon to their historic range in California.”

The new regulatory language will take several months to complete and approve. However, today’s decision provides permanent protection for the gray wolf, and immediate protection under the California Endangered Species Act. That protection will remain in place throughout the required regulatory process.
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Full story at: http://cdfgnews.wordpress.com/2014/06/0 ... ered-list/
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