Teanaway Pack range map, courtesy of WDFW.

The breeding female of this highly successful pack was illegal killed in October, 2014.  The case is unresolved at this time.  The pack was a successful breeding pack for years prior to the loss of the breeding female, and only one of two successfully breeding packs known in the North Cascades Recovery Region.

On March 9, 2014 it was reported that two female wolves from the Teanaway Pack had dispersed and started the Wenatchee Pack.

There are currently three wolves in the Teanaway Pack who have been fitted with radio collars.

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Current numbers: 3. Not counted as a successful breeding pair.

Pack status: Designated in 2011.


Useful Links

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife – Teanaway