SALEM —Hundreds of leftover tags for the upcoming hunting seasons — some of which are in Sutherlin and the Southeastern Cascades, among others — will go on sale at 10 a.m. on July 1.
Hunter education classes will resume in Oregon on June 13, with safety measures in place to protect both students and volunteer instructors.
Hunting and fishing restrictions on out-of-state residents in Oregon were lifted this past weekend, with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife giving the go-ahead for non-Oregon residents starting Tuesday.
Anglers and hunters from outside Oregon will be unable to hunt or fish under an order from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife that goes into effect Friday night.
Officials with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said this past week it is not ruling out the modification of hunting and fishing seasons around Oregon if people fail to comply with Gov. Kate Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” order.
It may be a little ahead of schedule, but spring is here. Now that I have said that, we will probably be in the middle of a blizzard when this article is published since it is being written a few days in advance. Either way, I would like to point out a few things spring is going to bring us.
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Ever wonder how big a record-sized bull elk would look like in real life? Or, for that matter, the mount of an Oregon state record Columbian whitetail buck that was tagged in the Drain area back in 1949?
Hundreds of hunters from around Oregon have voiced opinions to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife about the organization’s management plan of big-game hunts.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider a petition to prohibit the retention of wild winter steelhead on all rivers in the Southwestern Zone next month at its Jan. 17 meeting in Salem.
Several of Oregon’s major bird hunting seasons open in October, with duck hunting in western Oregon and the Columbia River Basin slated to start on Oct. 12.
Two bills — one signed by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown earlier this month (HB 2829), and one recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives (HR 3742) — offer the most significant opportunities to fund fish and wildlife conservation in a century.
Erin Saylor received a phone call from family members that they couldn’t find her 12-year-old son Lucas around 9:30 p.m. May 26 while the family was camping at Toketee.
PORTLAND — A plan to kill California sea lions to save an endangered run of fish on a river that cuts through Portland, Oregon, appears to be working just months after wildlife officials began euthanizing the giant marine mammals, biologists said Thursday.
The Roseburg chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will host its 29th annual Big Game Banquet on March 16 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
The New Year is here and with that comes change, especially for those of us involved in the area of outdoor recreation. 2019 brings significant changes that will take some getting used. Along with our partners with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, we’re here to help you navigate t…
ODFW is proposing some changes to big game hunting regulations beginning in 2019, the latest in a multi-year effort aimed at simplifying hunting and fishing regulations.
Fall is almost upon us, and for some, it’s their favorite time of year for upland birds and big game before winter transitions into water fowl hunting.
Bow hunters will be setting up camp in the Umpqua National Forest this weekend as hunting season officially begins today. The U.S. Forest Service reminds the public wildfires across the forest are restricting access to various roads, trails and campgrounds.