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Areas of Depredating Wolves – Snake River Pack

The Snake River Pack was discovered in the fall of 2011. The pack produced at least three pups in 2012 and was counted as a breeding pair with 7 members in the pack. Two subadults were GPS radio-collared in 2013. The pack spends the majority of its time on public lands.  The first depredation by the Snake River Pack was confirmed in October, 2013.  Updated 10/31/2013

Snake River ADW

Current Snake River ADW map – 3/14/2014 (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.

Previous Snake River ADW maps (for reference only – see above for current map)
      • 12/4/13 (pdf)
      • 10/31/13 (pdf)

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