Volunteers from Oregon and across the northwest have been gathering for a rendezvous in Oregon for 30 years! It’s a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to come together family-reunion style for a two-day work project. They camp and catch up with folks they haven’t seen in a while, all while getting great things done for elk and elk country. Check out what the volunteers did this year on the Malheur National Forest in RMEF Films The Oregon Rendezvous.
Biologists Use Drone in Washington Predator-Prey Study
Below is a news release from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and collaborating partners will […]
Moose Rescued after Getting Stuck in Bridge
Below is a Facebook post from the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service (BCCOS) in western Canada. It happened near Okanagan Lake about 215 miles east […]
Mystery Elk Nearly Triggered ‘Ecological Disaster’
It’s a mystery novel with an ending yet to be written, but Montana wildlife officials say it could have led to a wildlife catastrophe. “It […]