DirtyShirtPackRangeMap
Dirty Shirt Pack range map, courtesy of WDFW.

The Dirty Shirt Pack was formed by wolves that split off from the existing Smackout Pack in NE Washington.

In July 2015 it was reported that the Dirty Shirt Pack, which had at least six members, killed three adult cows and a calf grazing on U.S. Forest Service land between July 5 and 10 in Stevens County, according to the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife.

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Current numbers:  8

Pack status: Designated in 2013.

Useful Links

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife – Dirty Shirt Pack

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