California Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf biologist will be present to the Lassen Fish and Game commission this week. Kent Laudon, the region's wolf guru, will be at the special meeting tomorrow in Westwood to update the commission on the Lassen wolf pack.... Read More.
The California Fish and Wildlife investigates possible wolf predation in South Lassen County. On August 3rd a CDFW investigator discovered a deceased adult cow while investigating a cluster of GPS locations from a Lassen County wolf. CDFW notified the producer, who asked for an... Read More.
Eleven new wolf pups have been born to two of the three wolf families here in Northern California. The Ca Department of Fish and Wildlife released its quarterly report that says 5 pups were born to the Lassen pack while 6 were born to... Read More.
Southern Lassen County and Eastern Siskiyou County have been recent hot spots for wolf predation with 3 confirmed kills. A total of 5 reports were made on the possible predation of wolves with one confirming a coyote kill while another remained unknown. The most... Read More.
Lassen County’s Supervisors stand up for the county’s livestock producers on the California Deptartment of Fish and Wildlife Wolf Predation Compensation Plan. The supervisors addressed to the department why Lassen County Producers were not included in the meetings prior to the plan draft, especially... Read More.
Calrecycle will present to the Lassen County Board of Supervisors on Senate bill 1383 regarding new organic waste collection requirements. The bill aims to reduce the environmental impacts caused by the release of methane emissions from organic materials decomposing in landfills, as well as... Read More.
SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. — State wildlife officials have now linked a specific wolf to an attack on livestock in Siskiyou County. Five injured calves were discovered on October 25 in Eastern Siskiyou County. All five animals had significant injuries to their left rear leg, two of... Read More.
The brand-new wolf pack that recently settled in California’s Siskiyou County has had their first litter of 7 pups, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s wolf specialist Kent Laudon. The Whaleback Pack now sits at 9 wolves after the male gray... Read More.