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Natural History of the Gray Wolf

Wolves feed upon other animals, especially ungulates 7 . Ungulates are composed of hoofed animals, and while wolves do feed on elk, bison, or mountain sheep - in Minnesota we are mostly concerned with deer.

Damage Prevention and Control Methods

C-123 WOLVES PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE — 1994 Cooperative Extension Division Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Nebraska - Lincoln United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Animal Damage Control Great Plains ...

Oregon Wolf Program

(When wolves are known to be in the area, livestock producers can increase their presence around livestock, which can deter wolves.) ODFW agreed to this request, but will text less frequently when wolves are in areas without livestock.

Gray Wolf Biology Questions and Answers

Gray Wolf Biology Questions and Answers 1) Why was the gray wolf listed as endangered? Wolves became nearly extinct in the conterminous United States in the early part of the 20 th century.

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)

January 1998 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Photo by John & Karen Hollingsworth/US FWS Second only to humans in adapting to climate extremes, gray wolves once ranged from coast to coast and from Alaska to Mexico in North America.

Wolves: A look at their history, enemies and positive ...

Wolves: A look at their history, enemies and positive resurgence in pop culture. by Mike Wagner - Founder and Director of Heart of the Wolf Organization Warning, the following article although factual, has text and pictures that are not for the faint of heart.


SOME THINGS YOUR STUDENTS WILL WANT TO KNOW ABOUT WOLVES - AND WON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK 1. Are wolves dangerous to people? Wild wolves avoid people.

By Marsha Zell Anson For Grades 3 - 5 A Two Week Integrated ...

Wolves a lesson Plan by Marsha Zell Anson] page 2 Overview This unit can be part of a 3 rd - 5 th grade curriculum. It includes Language Arts, Art, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Math and Music.

Wolf Evolution

6. Evolution and Domestication of Wolves Wolf Evolution Scientists are not absolutely certain how and where the wolf evolved. By examining fossil bones, especially skulls, of animals that lived millions of years ago, however, they have hypothesized that wolves and other predators probably ...

the Wolf &the Dog :

Defenders of Wildlife has long worked to protect wolves from those still determined to harmthem-and we arevery proud of our long history of success.