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ODFW Monitoring New Wolf Pack In Northern Oregon Cascades

(Portland, OR) -- A new wolf family is making itself at home in the northern Oregon Cascades. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Monday it has designated a new area in the region as an "area of known wolf activity." The department says a trail camera captured video of new wolf pups in the area last month. The footage comes after biologists with the Confederated Tribe of the Warm Springs found two adult wolves in Jefferson and Waco counties last December. The fish and wildlife department says that if there are still at least four wolves in the group by the end of this year, it will be named the Warm Springs Pack.

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