Endangered Species Act (Federal)
Alaska: Gray wolves are not listed as endangered in Alaska
Northern Rockies: Gray wolves in Idaho, Montana, and parts of Washington, Oregon and Utah were stripped of Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection in an unprecedented act by Congress in 2011. Gray wolves were delisted from the ESA by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in Wyoming in 2012.
Great Lakes: Gray wolves are not listed as endangered in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Gray wolves are listed as endangered west of hiways 385, 78, and 95 in Oregon.
Gray wolves are considered endangered in any other part of the continental United States.
Endangered Species Act (Oregon)
Gray wolves are protected by the Oregon Endangered Species act througout the state as of November 1, 2015. Though this listing is currently being challenged by ODFW.
Oregon Wolf Conservation Management Plan