Wolf management plan
Oregon moves forward with wolf plan regardless of no support from conservationists
Wolf management plan to move forward with March vote
After years of contentious talks and meetings, and the pulling out of those talks by Defenders of Wildlife, Oregon Wild, Cascadia Wildlands and the Center for Biological Diversity, Oregon is moving forward with their revised Wolf Management Plan. Conservationists want non-lethal deterrents that will keep wolves from preying on livestock and ranchers and hunters want more lenient rules on when wolves that repeatedly kill cows and sheep can be killed.