Gray Wolf


Gray Wolves can have 3 colors of its fur, such as grizzled gray, black and white. They relate to shepherds and malamutes (which are dog breeds). They once nearly disappeared. Now it is estimated that 7,000 to 11,200 Gray Wolves are in Alaska, 3,700 in the great lakes region and 1,675 in the northern rocky mountains. Wolves are carnivores/meat eaters, they eat deer, goats, sheep and moose. Wolves hunt in packs of 8 to 7 wolves, packs include the mother, father and their pups. Wolves natural habitats are in tundras, woodlands, forests, grasslands, and deserts, mostly Gray Wolves are found in Alaska. Do you like the Gray Wolf?

Here is a Gray Wolf howling