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Dozens of loggers decorate and paint their trucks to demonstrate their concerns about HB 2020, June 19, at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem, …

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Authorities relocated an aggressive elk and her calf from Hammond in May.

Herman Biederbeck, wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, fixes an ear tag onto an elk that has been fitted with …

An elk rejoins its herd after being tagged and collared near Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. Park rangers are using GPS collars to t…

Ducklings make their way to the swimming pool at the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.