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Keno Wolves

Area of Known Wolf Activity

Previous Keno AKWA maps (for reference only)



April 12, 2018 – Evidence of one wolf was documented in early 2017, but no wolves were documented the rest of the year. This area may be a corridor for wolves moving between Oregon and California. The Department continues to monitor the area for wolf activity.


April 10, 2017 – Evidence of three different wolves were documented in the Keno Unit during April and July, 2016 and January, 2017.


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

Limited evidence of three wolves was documented in the western portion of the Keno Unit during January, March and August.  Their year-end status is unknown at the time of this report.


January 27, 2015 Sign of a wolf in this area was documented in December 2014. Irregular reports of wolf activity have been received over the past year in this general area and in January 2015 ODFW biologists documented evidence of a second wolf in this area. AKWAs are created where and when wolves have become established, meaning repeated use of an area over a period of time by wolves and not simply dispersal of wolves.

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