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A group of gray wolves confirmed in northern Douglas County this past month is part of a population that has grown 10 percent in the past year, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said earlier this week.

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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.

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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…

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Whether it was a hiding place of emotions or a place to give thanks for life’s blessings, or simply a beautiful place to hunt elk, it really didn’t matter.

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The Green Community Church is planning to present the fifth annual Outdoors Night next week with the World Elk Calling champion Chad Shearer.

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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.

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Conditions have been looking good for deer hunters since the rifle hunting season started on Oct. 1, according to Tod Lum, Roseburg district wildlife biologist for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.