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Here’s where you can find the most recent news and information about the world of wolves.

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Video: California Wolf Who Journeyed to Oregon Likely a Father

August 24, 2022
via Center for Biological Diversity


Five conservation groups sue over Fish & Wildlife Commission’s inaction on wolves

by Methow Valley News
August 17, 2022

Pack territories: A wolf’s “neighborhood” and how they use it

by WDFW via Medium
August 12, 2022

Monthly Wolf Report – July 2022

August 8, 2022

Lawsuit Challenges Washington’s Failure to Enact Wolf Management Rules

by Center for Biological Diversity, Cascadia Wildlands, WildEarth Guardians, Western Watersheds, Kettle Range Conservation Group
August 5, 2022

Fish and Wildlife Commission rejects proposed wolf rule

by Methow Valley News
July 27, 2022

Monthly Wolf Report – June 2022

July 11, 2022

Commission votes for no action on wolf livestock deterrence rule making

July 8, 2022

Photo by WDFW
Photo by WDFW
Photo by WDFW


OR-10 from the Walla Walla pack. Photo by ODFW.
Male of the Chesnimnus Pack. Photo by ODFW.
Gray Wolf OR-14. Photo by ODFW.
OR42, the breeding female of the Chesnimnus Pack, had her failed radio-collar replaced on Feb. 23, 2017 in the Chesnimnus WMU in northern Wallowa County. Photo by ODFW.


Photo by CDFW
Photo by CDFW

National News

Other Wolf-Related News

Photo by WDFW
OR-10 on Oct. 21, 2011 in northern Umatilla County. Photo by ODFW.