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Two wolves.
First spotting of multiple wolves in the MHNF posted on 02/01/2018

(MT) – Two wolves have been spotted on the White River Area and Mt. Hood National Forest and have also been observed on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, according to a report from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).

The sighting is the first-time multiple wolves have been documented in the northern portion of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains since they started returning to Oregon in the 2000s.

A lone wolf was observed in the White River Area in December 2013, and a wolf from the Imnaha park roamed the area on his way to Klamath County. Later in 2015, one wolf was documented in Wasco County.

Wolves in Wasco County and anywhere west of Hwys. 395-78-95 are protected by the federal Endangered Species Act, so U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the lead management agency.

ODFW will provide additional information about Oregon’s wolf population in March, after the agency completes its annual winter surveys and minimum population count.




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