Oregon's Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking hunters to share their opinions about lead ammunition in a survey being mailed out this month.
As spring settles over Oregon, bears are awakening from hibernation hungry and ready to scavenge for food.
The wolf known as OR-7 was the first wolf to be documented in the Cascades. According to a new report from Oregon Fish and Wildlife, a second single wolf was documented near Oregon's Mount Hood in December.
Oregon announced new rules today allowing livestock producers to kill wolves without a permit if certain criteria are met.
Thousands of Oregon deer and elk hunters face a $25 fine after failing to make Thursday night's deadline for reporting their 2012 hunting results.
Oregon State University scientists at the Hatfield Marine Science center are among the people studying the debris that is washing ashore from the 2011 Japanese tsunami.
The threat of disease from domestic sheep prompts state wildlife officials to put down five bighorn sheep in Central Oregon.