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Protect the Pack: Base Camp Wolf Night

Saturday, September 10, 2016, 07:00pm
Contact ; 503-331-0374

The wolf has long been a symbol of survival in dire circumstances. Hunted almost to extinction in the US, it is only by a concerted effort by conservationists that wolves have begun to regain their rightful place in NW forests. This past December, for the first time since 1947, there was a wolf confirmed on Mt. Hood! Bark is overjoyed at the propect that these inspiring creatures could return home to the forest we hold dear.

This evening we will hear from local wildlife organizer Steph Taylor about the back story on wolves in the west, things we need to know about wolf management policy in Oregon, and updates on wolf dispersal, new packs and new pups!

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Event Sponsor  Mt. Hood Bark