Read more here: http://www.mycentraloregon.com/2015/01/ ... -recovery/Oregon enters next phase of wolf recovery after at least seven packs breed in 2014:
Changes for livestock producers
Salem, Ore.—Oregon is moving to Phase II of its wolf recovery plan after wildlife biologists documented seven breeding pairs of wolves in Oregon in 2014.
Of nine known wolf packs, only the Imnaha Pack is not a breeding pair. The Umatilla River pack still needs to be surveyed.
A breeding pair is a pair of adult wolves which produce at least two pups that survive to the end of each year. Six of Oregon’s 2014 breeding pairs are in eastern Oregon.
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