Oregon wolves: Sink your fangs into 9 graphics that explore where they roam, live and die

Oregon’s wolf population is growing slowly with 175 wolves documented by state wildlife officials in 2021.

Gray wolves, which can be all sorts of colors from snow white to jet black, were once common across Oregon but were eradicated by the 1940s due to government sponsored bounties and the negative sentiment towards the canid widely held across the west. That sentiment is still alive, and poaching has been on the rise in recent years.

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