Critter cams for science also are a smash with the curious

Critter cams for science also are a smash with the curious

A rare kit fox sporting GPS bling recently led wildlife biologists to the little-critter mother lode they've sought for four years while crawling through the sagebrush of Eastern Oregon's unforgiving Coyote Lake Basin.

They tracked the collared fox to its den, then set up remote cameras that beamed clear video images to their desktop computers of this rare Oregon desert dweller. The footage is helping biologists monitor kit fox distribution and habitat use in areas where they may be...

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New wolf shows up in Southern Oregon

New wolf shows up in Southern Oregon

A second wolf known to have dispersed from the Imnaha Pack in Northeastern Oregon has made its way to Southern Oregon.

The 2-year-old male gray wolf, designated OR-25, has been in Klamath County for about a week, according to wildlife officials. OR-25 left the Imnaha pack — the same pack OR-7, Oregon’s famed wandering wolf, dispersed from — in early April.
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