pair of wolves seen visiting one of our cameras near the Warm Springs boundary.
Although the second wolf stayed mostly behind the brush, this one provided a variety of beautiful photos.
Watch our social media pages for a complete set of photos
In early January 2018, ODFW confirmed a pair of wolves traveling together in Mount Hood National Forest. In August, the pair was confirmed to have had at least two pups (confirmed by ODFW trail cams.)
In JULY, Cascadia Wild captured these incredible photos! (Yes, July! We'll say we left the cameras unchecked so that we didn't steal the thunder from ODFW's announcement a month later!)
In these photos you can see two similarly sized individuals investigating around our camera. This is an amazing confirmation of their presence in the forest and a valuable resource in their protection (wolves are protected under the Federal Endangered Species Act in many parts of Oregon.)
We know you've already loaded up your tracking gear and started your car to go scour the area for sign, but at the moment, "the vicinity of Warm Springs Boundary" will have to suffice. (expect equally vague locations on Flikr as well.)
Follow the links below and check our Instagram to compare photos. Do you think they are the same individuals?