Population Statistics April 2015 February 2016 (68), October 2016 – June 2017 (95), 2018 (126)
Legal Status; In western 2/3’s federally protected under ESA, east WA-state managed.
Conservation Northwest (Bellingham, Seattle, Washington)
Pacific Wolf Coalition (Washington, Oregon, California)
Gifford Pinchot Task Force (Vancouver, WA)
Washington Chapter Sierra Club (Washington State)
The Lands Council (Spokane, Wa)
Development of a mitochondrial DNA marker that distinguishes domestic dogs from Washington state gray wolves. Reese EM, Winters M, Booth RK, Wasser SK. Conservation Genetics Resources. 2020 Feb
Habitat use of sympatric prey suggests divergent anti-predator responses to recolonizing gray wolves. Dellinger JA, Shores CR, Craig A, Heithaus MR, Ripple WJ, Wirsing AJ. Oecologia. 2019 Feb
Natural re-colonization and admixture of wolves (Canis lupus) in the US Pacific Northwest: challenges for the protection and management of rare and endangered taxa. Hendricks SA, Schweizer RM, Harrigan RJ, Pollinger JP, Paquet PC, Darimont CT, Adams JR, Waits LP, Hohenlohe PA, Wayne RK. Heredity. 2019 Feb
Impacts of recolonizing gray wolves (Canis lupus) on survival and mortality in two sympatric ungulates
J.A. Dellinger,*a C.R. Shores,a M. Marsh,b M.R. Heithaus,c W.J. Ripple,d A.J. Wirsinga; Journal of Zoology, 2018 – NRC Research Press
Impacts of Re-colonizing Gray Wolves on Mule Deer and White-tailed Deer in North-Central Washington (Doctoral dissertation). Dellinger, J., 2018.
Cattle depredation risk by gray wolves on grazing allotments in Washington. Hanley ZL, Cooley HS, Maletzke BT, Wielgus RB. Global ecology and conservation. 2018 Oct
Forecasting cattle depredation risk by recolonizing gray wolves
ZL Hanley, HS Cooley, BT Maletzke, RB Wielgus – Wildlife Biology, 2018 – BioOne
Nutrition and Habitat‐Use Models for Elk Management in Western Oregon and Washington. Rowland MM, Wisdom MJ, Nielson RM, Cook JG, Cook RC, Johnson BK, Coe PK, Hafer JM, Naylor BJ, Vales DJ, Anthony RG. Wildlife Monographs. 2018 Nov
A meta‐population model to predict occurrence and recovery of wolves. The Journal of Maletzke BT, Wielgus 2016
Can GPS Clusters Predict Calving of Moose in Northeastern Washington?. Ramirez, R., 2016.
Ethics and Wolf Management: Attitudes Toward and Tolerance of Wolves in Washington State. SJSU Scholarworks Callahan, J., 2012.
Wolves, trophic cascades, and rivers in the Olympic National Park, USA. Beschta RL, Ripple WJ. Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions, Ecohydrogeomorphology. 2008
Landscape permeability for large carnivores in Washington: a geographic information system weighted-distance and least-cost corridor assessment. Singleton PH, Gaines WL, Lehmkuhl JF. Res. Pap. PNW-RP-549. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Understory patch dynamics and ungulate herbivory in old-growth forests of Olympic National Park, Washington. Schreiner EG, Krueger KA, Houston DB, Happe PJ. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 1996 Feb
Response of coyotes and gray wolves to simulated howling in north-central Washington. Neale, G.K., Naney, R.M. and Gaines, W.L., 1995.