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    The purpose of the Fish and Wildlife Division is to ensure compliance with the laws and regulations that protect and enhance the long term health and equitable utilization of Oregon's fish and wildlife resources and the habitats upon which they depend. Other important services include public safety and enforcement of criminal and traffic laws.
About Fish and Wildlife Recent News
News Releases
Astoria Man Cited for Commercial Fish-Related Charges
Five Facing Charges in Unlawful Killing of Mule Deer SW of Pendleton
Reward Increased in Douglas County Poaching Investigation
OSP F&W Asks Public for Help In Elliott State Forest Cow Elk Poaching Investigation
OSP F&W Trooper Travis Ring, receives Harold R. Berg Lifesaving Award. Rescued Mother and 6 Year-Old Daughter Attend the Ceremony
OSP F&W Asks for Public Help With Poaching Investigation in Douglas County
Extensive Investigation into Central OR Illegal Guiding & Hunting Leading to Multiple Convictions
OSP F&W Asks for Public Help With Poaching Investigation in Jackson County
OSP F&W Asks for Public Help With Poaching Investigation in Wasco County
Columbia Basin Team is Selected as "Team of the Year" for 2013
150 Illegal Crab Pots Seizure, Two Tillamook Men Facing Charges
Senior Trooper James Collom Receives Fish and Wildlife Division Trooper of 2013 Award
Reward Increased - Investigation of Fawn Deer Shooting in Douglas County
Bear Cubs Saved From Starvation
Article by Trooper Baimbridge - (NR Today)
Shikar-Safari Club International Honors F&W Trooper Ritter
Reward Increased - Tillamook County Elk Poaching Case
Reward - Tillamook County Elk Poaching Case
Juvenile Cited Following Killing of Red-Tailed Hawk in Klamath County
Deer Poaching Investigation Leads to Charges for 2 Eagle Point Residents
Monthly Newsletter
Trooper of the Year
Team of the Year
Other Special Recognition