Oregon’s Annual Wolf Report Reveals Only Three Additional Wolves

From The Center for Biological Diversity:

PORTLAND, Ore.— Oregon’s wolf population increased by just three confirmed animals in 2022 — rising from 175 to 178 wolves — according to a report released today by the state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife. High levels of wolves killed by people likely explains the stalled recovery of the state’s wolf population.

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