Washington Wolf Report Shows 5 Percent Increase In State’s Population; A Minimum 216 Wolves, 37 Packs, First Pack In South Cascades

The Washington Gray Wolf Conservation and Management 2022 Annual Report released by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shows a 5% increase in wolf population growth from the previous count in 2021. WDFW also documented Washington’s first pack to recolonize the south Cascades this winter.

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