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New wolves confirmed in county

Wolves living near Wamic, Maupin

Images of two wolves in the northern portion of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains were captured on remote ODFW cameras on the Mt Hood National Forest. These photos were taken Jan. 4.

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Images of two wolves in the northern portion of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains were captured on remote ODFW cameras on the Mt Hood National Forest. These photos were taken Jan. 4.



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The White River Wildlife Area, above, is located northwest of Wamic and Tygh Valley. The area is part of the East Wolf Management zone and therefore federally protected.

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The East Wolf Management zone is mapped in dark blue.

At least two wolves are using an area in southern Wasco County, marking the first time multiple wolves have been confirmed in the northern portion of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains since they began returning to Oregon this century, according to a report Tuesday from Oregon Fish and Wildlife and the U...

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