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Area of Known Wolf Activity

Previous OR25 AKWA maps (for reference only)
      • 3/16/2017 (pdf)
      • 11/20/2015 (pdf)
      • 8/3/2015 (pdf)


ADW maps and Conflict Deterrence Plans (for reference only)

      • OR25 (Jackson County)
      • OR25 (Klamath County)
      • OR25 Conflict Deterrence Plan (Jackson County)
      • OR25 Conflict Deterrence Plan (Klamath County)



November 6, 2017 – OR25 was found dead in the Sprague Wildlife Management Unit in western-central Klamath County. More info.

April 10, 2017 - OR25 traveled alone through Klamath and Lake Counties, as well as California during 2016, but primarily used the Sprague and Fort Rock Units.  In January 2017, he started visiting Jackson County.  The AKWA (dated 3/16/2017) shows the areas he uses most often.  The map will be updated if he becomes resident in one area.

March 16, 2017 - ADW map and Conflict Deterrence Plan posted for OR25 in Jackson County.


March 4, 2016 – From the 2015 Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Annual Report

OR25 dispersed from the Imnaha Pack in March, 2015. During his dispersal, OR25 traveled through the Columbia Basin, Southern Blue Mountains, and Northern and Central Cascade Mountains. Since the end of May he used an area in the Sprague and Silver Lake Units.

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