The wolf known as OR-7 was the first wolf to be documented in the Cascades. According to a new report from Oregon Fish and Wildlife, a second single wolf was documented near Oregon's Mount Hood in December.
Federal hunters are pursuing one or two wolves blamed for killing a horse in central Idaho this month.
A conservation group is offering a $7,500 reward for help solving the case of an endangered gray wolf found shot to death on Feb. 9 in Stevens County.
A new independent review finds the federal government used uncertain science when it proposed taking the gray wolf off the endangered species list across the Lower 48.
Idaho republicans are promoting a $2 million fund to reduce the state's wolf population by more than 500, to just 150 wolves in 15 packs.
Senators questioned the accuracy of Idaho Department of Fish and Game's report on the number of wolves in Idaho during a hearing.
An environmental group wants a federal judge to halt a planned wolf and coyote derby in Idaho, branding the event an illegal killing contest.
The latest livestock attack by Oregon's Snake River wolf pack puts it one bite away from a potential state kill order.
A Western Washington wolf group will no longer organize a popular wolf howl gathering. It's one change made by the facility as part of a rigorous certification process for the American Sanctuary Association.
Upon further review, the most recent confirmed case of livestock depredation by the Umatilla River wolf pack will not count as a “qualifying incident” toward lethal control of the predators.
The wolf known as “OR-7” appears to have found a home.
Wolf OR-7 has become something of a rock star in the world of wildlife. How did he get to be so famous? Sheer luck.
A leading wildlife group has agreed to give Idaho $50,000 to assist with the state's wolf management plan.
A pair of Eastern Oregon wolf packs are nearing the threshold for lethal management as they continue to prey on livestock in Umatilla and Wallowa counties.
Legislation signed Tuesday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee adds $10 to the cost of a personalized Washington license plate with the money going to help compensate livestock owners for wolf kills.
There are fewer wolves overall in the West, but Oregon and Washington's wolf populations continue to grow. That's according to the federal government's annual gray wolf tally, released Friday.
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has vetoed a pair of bills, including legislation that called for diverting money from Idaho Fish and Game to a program aimed at managing problem wolves.
The latest population tally shows an 11 percent decline in the number of wolves roaming Idaho.
A bill headed for the floor of the Idaho House would tap into the interest in hunting wolves to raise money for ranchers who lose livestock to those wolves. A legislative committee approved the measure Tuesday, despite legal concerns.
Western environmental groups say they're alarmed that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering a plan to end federal protections for gray wolves in areas where the animals no longer exist.
Conservationists say a wandering wolf known as OR-7 has crossed back into Oregon after spending more than a year in California.
Hunters appear to be having less success hunting and trapping wolves in the Idaho backcountry than a season ago.
A new survey shows the number of gray wolves in Washington has nearly doubled in the past year.
Officials from the Department of Fish and Wildlife told a crowd in Spokane Valley Wednesday they’re trying to keep livestock losses down, even as Washington’s wolf population grows. Preliminary figures show the state wolf population grew from 27 to 51 just in the last year.
Idaho wildlife officials are considering hiring private trappers to kill wolves roaming in important elk zones in the state.
After tracking him for a year, California wildlife officials say that the lone gray wolf who migrated from Oregon likes to travel more than most.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials say hunters have killed 116 wolves this hunting season through Dec. 15, about the halfway point of the 2012-2013 wolf hunting season.
The state Fish and Wildlife Department spent nearly $77,000 to kill seven wolves in a pack that had been preying on cattle in Stevens County in northeast Washington.
Federal wildlife officials hope to complete an analysis before the end of the year that could decide whether wolves should still be considered “endangered” nationally.
Washington state wildlife agents are preparing to kill up to four more gray wolves in the northeast corner of the state after investigators said the pack has injured or eaten livestock.
This week we've got stories on the changing makeup of forests in the Northwest and turning wastewater into power. Host Ashley Ahearn puts some tough questions to a Washington state wildlife official about his agency's decision to kill a wolf in Northeastern Washington.
BOISE, Idaho — State wildlife officials have confirmed that a puppy found in central Idaho by out-of-state campers was actually a young wolf.
BOISE, Idaho — State wildlife officials are still uncertain what to do with a young wolf pup that was recovered a week ago near Ketchum by a pair of tourists.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A young male wolf from Oregon that won fame trekking cross-country looking for a mate has had what appears to be his first close encounter with people, and got his picture taken, to boot.
LEWISTON, Idaho — Two environmental groups are urging state and federal officials to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a wolf that was trapped and killed in Idaho last month.
BOISE, Idaho -- The extended wolf hunt in Idaho will continue through June in part of the state. That’s because the [9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals](http://www.scribd.com/doc/85411095/9th-Circuit-Court-Opinion-1 "9th Circuit Court of Appeals Wolf Decision March 14, 2012") upheld Congress’s decision to strip federal protection for wolves in Idaho and Montana.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The only gray wolf in California arrived after heading south out of Oregon last year while his brother headed east into Idaho, moves that sealed each of their fates. The brother is dead, shot illegally by a hunter this month, but in the Golden State wildlife advocates are demanding lifesaving protections for OR-7.
Wandering wolf OR-7 is retracing his steps through Northern California and Tuesday was in howling distance of Southern Oregon.
A video taken last spring shows Oregon's lonesome and long-traveling celebrity wolf, OR-7, at home with his pack before hitting the road to look for love.
BOISE, Idaho -- It was confirmed this week that a member of a Northeastern Oregon wolf pack has been killed in Idaho. OR-9, a wolf from the Imnaha Pack, was killed by a hunter near Emmett, Idaho this week. Mike Keckler, a spokesman with Idaho Fish and Game, says the hunter killed the wolf illegally.
_(UPDATE: Ecotrope's Cassandra Profita has more on the report, including links and a follow-up on Friday's meeting. It's [at her blog](http://ecotrope.opb.org/2012/01/csi-%E2%80%93-the-gray-wolf-edition/ "at her blog").)_
Five inch tracks in the snow. A beeping radio antenna. And the ribcage of an elk. There is a wolf in the Sky Lakes Wilderness, in the Oregon Cascades. Will he stay and find a mate, or is Oregon-7 a biological dead end?
Washington's Fish and Wildlife Commission Saturday approved a management plan for what one member called the most controversial and complex issue the Commission has ever dealt with: wolf management.
BOISE, Idaho -- The first ever regulated trapping season for wolves outside of Alaska opened today in Idaho. The season opening comes after gray wolves were taken off the endangered species list this spring.