State Wolf Conservation and Management Plans:
Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California, Part I (CDFW), December 2016
Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California, Part II (CDFW), December 2016
Washington Wolf Conservation and Management Plan (WDFW), December 2011
Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan (ODFW), December 2005
Oregon Voter Survey: Wolf Management Policies, September 2016
Wolf Conservation Science Panel: The Ecological and Social Complexities of Lethal Control, October 2014
West Coast states poll: Public attitudes towards wolf protection, September 2013
Top scientists’ letter on federal delisting, May 2013
Pacific Wolf Coalition Joint Press Releases:
PacWolf Press Release – October 7, 2016
PacWolf Press Release – September 26, 2013
PacWolf Press Release – December 21, 2012
Read about OR-7′s journey
FAQ: Gray wolves and delisting (USFWS)
Wolf Identification: Physical Appearance of Wolves
How to recognize a gray wolf (USFWS)
Identification characteristics of wolves and coyotes
Reporting Wolf Sightings:
- Washington: The best way to make a report is through WDFW’s Online Wolf Reporting Form or via the toll-free wildlife reporting hotline, 1-877-933-9847.
- Oregon: Make your report through ODFW’s reporting form or call your nearest field office.
- California: Contact the nearest CDFW Regional Office or the Headquarters Wildlife Branch.