Closer look at OR-7
Back in the spotlight for potentially finally finding a mate, OR-7, can be seen in a short video released today by the U.S. Fish and
Wandering wolf may have found a mate
MEDFORD — Oregon’s famous wandering gray wolf, OR-7, may have found the mate he has trekked thousands of miles looking for, wildlife authorities said Monday.
OR-7 back in Oregon
A lone wolf originally from Eastern Oregon is back in his home state after 11 months of rambling in California. The gray wolf known as OR-7, the identification associated with his tracking collar, crossed into Oregon sometime between noon and midnight Tuesday, said Karen Kovacs, wildlife program manager for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. He was last tracked in southwest Klamath County. Before…
In search of OR-7
FORT KLAMATH — Despite a day’s worth of tracking, a federal scientist failed Tuesday to catch a glimpse of OR-7, Oregon’s famously well-traveled wolf. Still, he learned that the wolf is finding food, moving frequently around his new territory and still alone. Originally from an Eastern Oregon pack, 2-year-old OR-7 left that corner of the state in September. He has since wandered close to Burns,…
Wolf spotted in Crook County
After wandering more than 200 miles from his Eastern Oregon pack, a young wolf was recently tracked in the Ochoco Mountains near Prineville and could still be roaming Central Oregon. “It's an impressive journey,” said John Stephenson, U. S. Fish and Wildlife wolf coordinator for Oregon. The wolf, known as OR-3 by wildlife managers, is wearing a radio collar but hasn't been located in more…
Once a lone wanderer, wolf OR-7 is now a father.