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Images of Oregon's New Wolf Pups

First pups

OR-7 wolf pups

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Two pups born in Oregon are a first for the wandering wolf OR-7, and for Oregon state. These are the first wolves known to reproduce in Oregon since the 1940s.

Wandering wolf

Wolf OR-7

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Remote camera image of OR-7, seen on May 3, 2014, in the southwest Cascades. The male wolf OR-7 became famous in 2012 when it first crossed into California. OR-7 eventually returned to Oregon after ranging thousands of miles.

Black wolf running

Oregon black wolf

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Remote camera image of a female wolf in the same remote Oregon Cascades region as OR-7. The image was the first evidence that another wolf was in the same area as OR-7. Most Oregon wolves are in the northeastern corner of the state.

Suspected mate

Black wolf

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Remote camera photo of a female black wolf suspected to be OR-7's mate. Photo snapped May 4, 2014.

Watchful wolf

Radio-collared wolf

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A 72 pound female wolf of the Minam Pack, in northeastern Oregon, after being radio-collared by biologists on June 3, 2014.

Wenaha wolf pups

Wolf pups

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Wolf pups of the Wenaha Pack, spotted on May 30, 2012.