Washington state is currently home to 27 known gray wolf packs.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Ongoing updates for Washington and Oregon based on the new state wolf reports. Thank you for your patience!
Definition of a wolf pack in Washington:
Under the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan, a wolf pack is defined as two or more wolves traveling together in winter. A successful breeding pair is defined as an adult male and female with at least two pups that survive until the end of the year. The adults do not have to be the parents of surviving pups.
Gray wolves are protected statewide by the Washington Endangered Species Act. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reports at least 127 wolves and 27 packs (which includes at least 15 breeding pairs), as of December 2018.
Beaver Creek Pack
Carpenter Ridge Pack
Dirty Shirt Pack
Goodman Meadows Pack
Loup Loup Pack
Profanity Peak Pack
Wolf Packs No Longer Active