Two collared subadult wolves remain within the pack and ODFW continues to monitor the situation.
April 11, 2017 ODFW releases its 2016 Wolf Annual Report and a Draft Revised Wolf Management Plan today.
However, it is still under investigation and additional laboratory tests are being conducted.
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The wolf was OR42 and was believed to be the breeding female of the Chesnimnus Pack.