Oregon Hunting News

Don't Use Plastic Holders for Oregon Licenses
When you buy your new 2008 fishing or hunting license, don't put it in a plastic license holder warn Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife staff.
Oregon Relocates Bighorn Sheep
Wildlife biologists and veterinarians from ODFW successfully captured 29 bighorn sheep from an area near Rufus and relocated the animals to Baker and Malheur counties.
Oregon ATV Rules to Change in 2008
So far this hunting season, nine hunters have been cited for driving an ATV with a loaded weapon, a practice which besides being unlawful is extremely dangerous.
Oregon FWC Adopts 2008 Big Game Regulations
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted 2008 big game regulations at their Oct. 12th meeting.
Oregon DFW Releases Black-tail Buck Back into Wild
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists and a department veterinarian released the black-tailed buck that was illegally held by a Molalla family into the wild Oct. 5th.
Oregon Cougar, Bear and Deer Deadline Approaching
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife encourages hunters to avoid long lines and purchase their buck deer, fall bear and general season cougar tags before the Sept. 28 deadline.
Oregon Offers New Youth Hunting Program
Youths age 9-13 can now hunt under the close supervision of an adult without first passing a hunter education class.
13 Mountain Goats Transplanted to Northeast Oregon
Rare Rocky Mountain goats are reestablishing their native territory across Northeast Oregon with the help of wildlife biologists.
Oregon Big Game Hunt Changes
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission today approved just over 145,000 hunting tags for controlled fall big game hunts.
2007 Oregon Big Game Auctions Gross Over $600,000
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials today announced that the state's 2007 auctions and raffles for big game hunting tags grossed $607,894, topping last year's record of $579,577.