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Awards & Rewards

Reward

I am adding, out of my own pocket, an additional $1500 dollar reward for information on the illegal killings of 3 protected Wolves in Oregon that lead to an arrest and/or conviction in conjunction with the rewards of the US Fish & Wildlife Service and 5 independent conservation groups.

On October 29, 2017 a male gray wolf known as OR-25 was found dead near Fort Klamath on Sun Pass State Forest. Cause of death undisclosed but known to have died of unnatural causes.
US Forest Service Press Release of November 6, 2017

On April 23, 2017 a male grey wolf known as OR-33 was found about 20 miles northwest of Klamath Falls on Fremont-Winema National Forest. Cause of death gunshot wounds.
US Forest Service Press Release of October 11, 2017

On October 6, 2016 a female gray wolf known as OR 28 was found dead in the Fremont-Winema National Forest near Summer Lake, Oregon. Cause of death undisclosed but known to have died of unnatural causes.
US Forest Service Press Release of October 14, 2016

Award

I will contribute, out of my own pocket, an additional 25% of the states award pursuant to the Oregon Wolf Depredation and Financial Assistance Grant Program for the first livestock kill, regardless of number of animals killed, for losses west of the Federal Delisting Boundary in the entire state and $100 per working dog lost to a wolf kill. For losses east of the Federal Delisting Boundary I will contribute an additional 35% of the states award and $100 per working dog lost to a wolf kill. This offer is retroactive to January 1, 2018.

This a one time only offer, if you suffer losses as a professional rancher you need to be responsible for your livestock including measures on how to train your herd to react in the presence of a predator. This is your responsibility.

Oregon Wolf Depredation and Financial Assistance Grant Program Statutes OAR 603-019
Oregon Department Fish & Wildlife Annual Wolf Reports
Oregon Department Fish and Wildlife Wolf Homepage