In 2012, after a series of calf and sheep deaths, the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife ultimately killed seven members of the Wedge Pack from a helicopter in an attempt to stop the escalating series of attacks.
While it was thought that the entire Wedge Pack was eliminated by WDFW, two wolves were recorded traveling as a pack in the same area in 2013. It is unknown whether these wolves were related to the original Wedge Pack wolves, or if they had moved into the area from elsewhere.
In 2015, 2016, and 2017, three wolves were using the area but were not counted as a breeding pair.
At the end of 2018, the pack still had only three confirmed members and was not counted as a breeding pair.
Current numbers: 3
Pack status: Designated in 2012.