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You're invited to Call of the Wild, an annual benefit for Oregon Wild. Friday, October 14th, 5:30pm, The Redd in Portland

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A snow scene from Crater Lake at sunset with Wizard island prominent in the center of the image - 2022 Outdoor Photo Contest

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The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management are calling for public comments in response to President Biden's Earth Day Executive order on mature and old-growth forests.
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Hikes & Events

Brice Creek, easily accessible from Cottage Grove on the I-5 corridor, is a popular summer destination for those…
The Salmon River is designated as a Wild & Scenic River, and it is also surrounded by the Salmon-Huckleberry…
For the first time since 2019, our signature Call of the Wild event is back and it’s calling your name!
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Oregon Wildblog

Aug 17, 2022
When Mark Bennett, the director of Global Works Community Fund, reached out to Oregon Wild about doing a hike or workshop with this year’s cohort of youth at first I thought “Yes…
Aug 11, 2022
Bringing Back Oregon's Native Wildlife Many efforts are underway in Oregon to restore populations of previously extirpated species. Not only is it a chance to right historical…