Oregon's Department of Fish and Wildlife has developed a map App of the state.
The link to the App is at the top of the web site.
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"If you’re planning on going hiking sometime soon, that’s terrific — it’s a great way to get exercise, push your limits, and connect with the natural world. But like any outdoor activity, it comes with its share of dangers: weather, wild animals, poisonous plants, and so on. So if you want to get into the great outdoors and make it home again, brush up on these 10 hiking safety tips."
" Rp (Reporting Party) was hunting with several other people when he saw a wolf skirting along the brush headed in the same direction he was going. He yelled and shot into the air and the wolf left. He then saw three additional wolves about 25 yards ahead of him, and they ran in the same direction as the first wolf. Rp then heard a noise in the brush, yelled to see if it was his hunting partner and got no response. A black wolf then appeared within 15-20 yards of him and approached him. Rp shot at the wolf, believes he hit it, and the wolf ran off. Fish and Wildlife officers responded and investigated and found the Rp to be within his lawful rights."