Photos of pups from Oregon’s first reproducing pack.

More photos may be seen here.

Imnaha pups - Courtesy Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Imnaha pups - Courtesy Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Ken Cole

Ken Cole is a 5th generation Idahoan, an avid fly fisherman, wildlife enthusiast, and photographer. He is the interim Idaho Director for Western Watersheds Project. We do not accept unsolicited “guest” authors or advertising.

5 Responses to Oregon's Imnaha pack has four pups

  1. JEFF E says:

    The one on the far right is dominate, however that black is going to be a big wolf.

  2. Angela says:

    That’s fantastic! (apart from the collaring, which I dislike)
    It’s been a very, very long time since I was in the Imnaha area, but I seem to remember lots of wild country and lots of elk too.

  3. vielfrass says:

    Why does every last wolf have to be collared? Why not let them be free? Just don’t see the point.

  4. ProWolf in WY says:

    Good to see some wolves reproducing in their former haunts. Plenty more space left.

  5. Richie G. says:

    Collaring should end about now, isn’t their enough information on these wolves by now.


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