2016 Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan open for public comment

SquidHC

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Hey All,

ODFW has released their 2016 amendments to the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan.

You can view the plan here: Wolf Annual Report, Draft Revised Management Plan now available

There is a public hearing in Portland tomorrow, May 19th, at 8am at the Embassy Suites Portland Airport.

You can submit comment via email to [email protected].

If you live in Oregon and value the abundance of our ungulate populations, please provide specific comments or general support for the plan. The vast majority of public comments they receive tomorrow are likely to be extremely pro wolf.

All the best.
 

bigdesert10

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Seems a little goofy to have the meeting in Portland - far from any actual wolves and other interested parties. Not trying to stir up controversy, just seems like an odd place to meet.
 
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SquidHC

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Seems a little goofy to have the meeting in Portland - far from any actual wolves and other interested parties. Not trying to stir up controversy, just seems like an odd place to meet.
Forest Park in Portland has deer and elk. Might be a good place to transplant a pack.

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TripleJ

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Seems a little goofy to have the meeting in Portland - far from any actual wolves and other interested parties. Not trying to stir up controversy, just seems like an odd place to meet.

Seems about par for the course for this backwards state.
 

tipsntails7

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Seems a little goofy to have the meeting in Portland - far from any actual wolves and other interested parties. Not trying to stir up controversy, just seems like an odd place to meet.

It rotates, they have had several meetings in eastern oregon and klamath leading up to this that were open for public comment and stakeholders.

you can watch all of them on their periscope channel as well, but be warned they are extremely long.
 
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