“Area of known wolf activity” has been established in the Northern Cascades. Learn more here.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has designated a new area in the northern Oregon Cascades as an “area of known wolf activity” where a family of wolves has established itself.
The agency made the announcement Monday in a news release.
Biologists with the Confederated Tribe of the Warm Springs found two wolves in the new area in December 2021 on the tribe’s reservation in Jefferson and Waco counties.
No one saw any wolf pups until August of this year, when a trail camera captured them.
ODFW said that proved the wolves had established themselves in the area and…
‘Area of Known Wolf Activity’ has been designated on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. Find out more here.
SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) — A new AKWA (Area of Known Wolf Activity) has been designated on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in the northern Oregon Cascades, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Monday.
Two wolves were first found in December by Confederated Tribe of the Warm Springs biologists, ODFW said.
After no sign for a while, two pups were caught on a trail camera in August, proving that wolves are still resident in the area. If the group still has at least four wolves at the end of 2022, the group will be named the Warm Springs Pack, the agency…