Oregon is currently home to 22 known gray wolf packs, with a minimum number of 173 adult wolves statewide

Definition of a wolf pack in Oregon:

In Oregon a pack is defined as 4 or more wolves traveling together in winter, while a breeding pair is defined as an adult male and female wolf that produce at least two pups which survive through the end of the year.

In Oregon, the mean pack territory size is estimated at 268 square miles. These ranges typically overlap slightly, as shown by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife map below.

Gray wolves were federally delisted in January 2021. They have been delisted from the Oregon Endangered Species Act statewide since November 2015, but they are still considered a special status game mammal and protected by a statute throughout the state. Gray wolves in Oregon are managed under the Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan

View the ODFW map of the gray wolf protection zones for more details.

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WDFW Map – December 2020

 

Wolf Packs

Western Oregon

Indigo Pack
White River Pack

Northeast Oregon

Balloon Tree Pack
Bear Creek Pack
Chesnimnus Pack
Clark Creek Pack
Cornucopia Pack
Desolation Pack
Five Points Pack
Fivemile Pack
Heppner Pack
Keating Pack
Lookout Mountain Pack
Middle Fork Pack
Noregaard Pack
North Emily Pack
Pine Creek Pack
Ruckel Ridge Pack
Wenaha Pack

Individual wolves, pairs, or groups (without pack status)

Western Oregon

Silver Lake Wolves
Rogue Pack
LAS13

Northeast Oregon

Grouse Flats Wolves
Murderers Creek Wolf
Northside Wolves
OR30
OR75/OR86 Pair
Walla Walla Pack
Wildcat Wolves

Wolf Packs, Pairs, or Individuals that are no longer active

Catherine Wolves
Harl Butte Wolves
Imnaha Wolves
Keno Wolves
Meacham Wolves
Minam Wolves
Mt Emily Wolves
Shamrock Wolves
Sled Springs Wolves
Snake River Wolves
Umatilla River Wolves
OR25
OR33
OR35 Pair
OR64

Map showing Oregon and federal wolf management zones – courtesy ODFW

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