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Sled Springs Pack

Area of Known Wolf Activity

Previous Sled Springs Pack AKWA maps (for reference only)
      • 1/27/2015 (pdf)
      • 7/11/2013 (pdf) This AKWA was in the same area, but for 2 wolves unrelated to the Sled Springs Pack


Pack Timeline

2016

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

In 2014, OR21 (a radio-collared female from the Wenaha Pack) dispersed to the central portion of the Sled Springs Unit and paired with a male wolf.  They produced pups in 2015 but in August both adult wolves were found dead from unknown causes.  The status of the pups is unknown.  This area is no longer designated as an area of wolf activity.

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