WDFW removes final members of Wedge Pack

(PRESS RELEASE/Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Pack responsible for 16 depredation incidents…

On Aug. 13, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) lethally removed the two known remaining members of the Wedge wolf pack (an adult male and an adult female). A series of WDFW investigations had shown the pack responsible for 16 depredation incidents. The last documented livestock depredation in this pack territory occurred on Aug. 1.

WDFW will provide a final report on this and any other lethal removal operations during 2020 in the Washington Gray Wolf Conservation and Management 2020 Annual Report, which will be published during spring 2021.