This pack was newly confirmed in 2016, with a minimum count of 5 wolves.
In 2017, the pack had one human-caused mortality and one wolf killed by the state wildlife agency. At the end of 2017, only one wolf was still using the territory, and the pack was officially disbanded.
The Sherman Pack was re-designated in 2018. It had a minimum of two wolves at the end of 2018, and did not have breeding pair status for the year. The 2019-2020 winter survey did not detect any wolves remaining in the pack.
Pack status: Designated in June 2016, lost pack status 2017, re-designated 2018, lost pack status again 2019.
Current Numbers: 0 known