Washington's wolf population increases again, surpassing levels for delisting


April 14, 2022

Washington's wolf population saw another significant increase, growing by 16 percent in 2021 according to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The number of packs grew to 33 from 29 in 2020, and the number of breeding pairs increased from 16 to 19.

The consistent growth of the wolf population is good news and is the result of hard work of WDFW staff, the Wolf Advisory Gr...

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