State biologists reported wolves from a pack in the northern Wallowa Mountains injured a 200-pound calf on private land in Union County this week.
According to a report from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, a rancher found the injured 6-week-old calf Monday evening. The rancher took the calf to a veterinarian for treatment and reported the case to ODFW.
Biologists examined the calf on Tuesday and found puncture wounds, tooth scrapes and areas of missing muscle tissue and hide.
“The location, size and severity of injuries are consistent with confirmed wolf attacks,” according to the state wildlife department report. ... See MoreSee Less