The 115 lucky hunters who drew a bighorn sheep or Rocky Mtn goat tag and other interested hunters are invited to an orientation on July 18 at 9 a.m. in The Dalles.
Any hunter who purchased 2014 big game or turkey tags needs to report their hunt results by the deadline, which is Jan. 31, 2015 for most tags.
The ODFW has announced that a gray fox involved in a Dec. 11 biting incident in the Alazlea-Glen Road area (Douglas County) has tested positive for rabies.
Lake County ranchers Don and Diana Robinson were awarded this year’s Riley Freeman Award at the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) meeting in Bend on Dec. 6.
ODFW captured and relocated California bighorn sheep at several locations this week to improve genetic diversity among herds and continue efforts to restore this native species in Oregon.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has announced winners of its 2015 Habitat Conservation, Upland Game Bird, and Waterfowl Stamp art contests.
Hunters and others who spend time in the outdoors in northwest Oregon are asked to be on the lookout for elk hoof disease.
The ODFW is excited to announce that Matt Bauder has been awarded a brand new Savage .17 HMR rifle for completing a permit designed to help ODFW better manage private hunting lands.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife is excited to announce a few upcoming hunting workshops scheduled to take place in August and September.
ODFW and it’s partners stock pheasants at special hunts in order to give youth a head start on the regular pheasant seasons, which don’t begin until October.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission today approved a $357 million budget proposal for the ODFW for the 2015 to 2017 biennium.
The ODFW Commission has announced that it will consider the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s proposed budget request for approval when it meets August 1st at ODFW Headquarters.
ODFW has announced that there are still some spaces that are open in their Family Introduction to Dog Training Workshop July 26-27.
The ODFW is offering a workshop for women to learn the art of archery and trap shooting at EE Wilson Wildlife Area in Corvallis on Saturday, July 19 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
ODFW biologists say it’s almost never a good idea to take a young animal out of the wild, plus it’s illegal.
The new Archery Park offers a five-target range for beginners that can accommodate up to 10 shooters. There is also an eight-target general range for up to 16 shooters at a time.
Wolf OR7 and a mate have produced offspring in southwest Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, wildlife biologists confirmed this week.
In early May, remote cameras on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest captured several images of what appears to be a black female wolf in the same area where OR7 is currently located.
The third meeting of a the Archery Review Public Advisory Committee will be Saturday, March 8 2014 at ODFW Headquarters in Salem to review the structure of archery deer & elk hunts across the state…
Nearly 40 pronghorn antelope were captured and relocated from the Umatilla Chemical Depot (UMCD) to Malheur County Oregon yesterday…
Photos captured on an ODFW remote camera in northeast Oregon show the Wenaha wolf pack had at least one pup this year…
ODFW confirmed that another cow was killed by wolves from the Imnaha pack over the weekend…
The winning artist will receive $3000 and his or her artwork will be used to produce a stamp and other promotional items. Deadline for entries is 5 p.m. Feb. 29, 2012…
9-Year Project in Oregon Secures Wildlife Habitat and Public Access
ODNR Division of Wildlife Honored with Agency of the Year Award
18 Rocky Mountain goats released in Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness