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Latest map updates where wolf packs roam

Maps shows wolf packs documented at the end of 2011 in Oregon and Washington. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Maps shows wolf packs documented at the end of 2011 in Oregon and Washington. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

ENDANGERED SPECIES — This map, included in the latest U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service report on wolf populations in the Northern Rockies, shows current territories of the packs in Washington and Oregon, where wolves are still protected.

Washington has five documented packs and 27 wolves going into the pupping season.

Oregon has five documented packs and 29 wolves.

See this blog post for more details just released regarding wolves throughout the Northern Rockies.




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