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Pass Creek Pack 2005 - 2008
By Lynne K. Stone, BWCC Director
All photos are by Lynne K. Stone, Boulder-White Clouds Council, unless otherwise noted. No photos may be used without written permission.

White colored wolves have occasionally been seen in the White Cloud and Boulder Mountains by hikers and hunters for decades. In 2005, wolves, including a white female, were using the rugged and elk-filled East Pass Creek area.

White wolf B317, the Pass Creek Pack's breeding female, recuperates from anesthesia after being captured and radio-collared in January 2007. Photo by Jason Husseman, 2007 IDFG Wolf Progress Report.

PHOTO: White wolf B317, the Pass Creek Pack's breeding female, recuperates from anesthesia after being captured and radio-collared in January 2007. Photo by Jason Husseman, 2007 IDFG Wolf Progress Report.
 

East Pass is a tributary to Herd Creek, which runs into the East Fork Salmon River.
 

Aerial view of the East Fork Salmon River with the Boulder Mountains in the distance.

PHOTO: Aerial view of the East Fork Salmon River with the Boulder Mountains in the distance. Private property is seen along the river.

 


Pass Creek Story & Photos Continue...
Pass Creek Pack 2005 - 2008
 PART 1   PART 2  PART 3  PART 4>   PART 5  PART 6>

 

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