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Cattle Are Being Mutilated And Killed In Eastern Oregon. No One Is Sure How Or Why.

In remote Eastern Oregon, a serial crime spree is unfolding. Young bulls are mysteriously showing up dead. Cowboys recently found several animals with body parts precisely removed — and it’s happened just like this before in the West.

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Oregon Moves To Ban Trapping Of The Rare Humboldt Marten

In a 4-3 vote, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to ban the trapping of the rare Humboldt Marten, a rare weasel-like creature, west of Interstate 5.

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Eastern Oregon Minnow Removed From The Endangered Species List

The Foskett speckled dace is the third Oregon fish to be removed from the endangered species list.

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Hunting And Fishing To Expand On 77 National Wildlife Refuges

In an effort to increase recreational access on public lands, the Trump administration is expanding new hunting and fishing opportunities on more than 1.4 million acres nationwide.

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Biologists To Begin Tracking, Studying Pronghorn Antelope In Oregon

Oregon biologists are capturing 155 pronghorn antelope in southeastern Oregon this month. GPS transmitters will help them identify migration patterns and winter range.

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Trails Close In Central Oregon To Keep From Startling Elk To Death

A coalition of bikers, hikers and hunters in central Oregon spread the word to keep recreationalists off closed trails to protect baby elk. It might be working.

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Wildlife Officials Kill Female Cougar Near Corvallis

Wildlife officials killed a 75-pound female cougar in the Dunn Forest west of Corvallis Wednesday morning.

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Public Can Comment On Killing Sea Lions In The Columbia River

A request was filed in June for federal authorization to kill salmon-eating sea lions in the Columbia River. It is now open for public comment for the next 60 days.

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Environmental Scrutiny Could Be Reduced For Projects On Public Forests

The new rules would streamline the approval process for forest projects that are "essentially similar" to others that have already been analyzed under federal environmental law.