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Areas of Depredating Wolves – Swan Lake Valley

OR33 is a GPS radio-collared male wolf that dispersed from the Imnaha Pack in northeast Oregon in November 2015. OR33 spent 8 days in an area northeast of Klamath Falls in February. During this time a cow was injured and ODFW confirmed it as wolf depredation in the Swan Lake Valley area.

OR33 has left the area and continues to disperse. There are no wolves known to be in the area of the depredation, so ODFW does not have data to designate an Area of Known Wolf Activity (AKWA) at this time.

Updated 3/10/2016.

Swan Lake Valley ADW

Current Swan Lake Valley ADW map (pdf)

When ODFW confirms wolf depredation of livestock, an Area of Depredating Wolves (ADW) is designated for the purpose of focusing non-lethal deterrent measures. In some cases, the ADW may encompass the entire home range of a pack, but in others, it may only encompass a portion. ADW maps may be modified periodically based on new information.

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