The Rogue Pack’s alpha male, OR-7, became well known when he dispersed from Northeast Oregon’s Imnaha pack in September 2011. He wandered across the state and into California, becoming the first wolf known to have entered that state since 1924.…

Autumn in Unaweep

October 2, 2016 0

Limestone reefs spilling into lush valleys, red sandstone battlements, cottonwoods, scrub oak, wildflowers, wild turkeys, elk, cattle, horses, and hay fields make Unaweep a magical place for newcomers and old timers alike. Unweep Canyon, a gash in the geological strata which…

Misguided policy, burgeoning overpopulation, overgrazing, degraded grazing lands, starvation, and endless lawsuits haunt the Bureau of Land Management wild horse program, which has recently been deemed a 'disaster' by citizens and politicians alike. How Bureau of Land Management policy, no matter what…