A new wolf report from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has environmentalists concerned.
The report, the first since Oregon gray wolves were removed from the Endangered Species Act list in 2015, shows the population of wolves in Oregon has stalled, and the number of both breeding pairs and packs in the state declined in 2016. The current population is 112 wolves across 11 packs, a 1.8 percent increase from 2015, when there were 110 wolves.
Though the wolf population has technically increased, environmental groups are worried: Before losing protection in November 2015…
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