Wolf Reproduction

Wolf Reproduction

Wolf Breeding and Reproduction Wolves are ready to mate at about two years of age. However, that doesn’t mean they are going to. It can be up one year after they are actually able to do so. Here is the reason why that occurs. When it comes to the actual mating, only...
Wolf Social Structure

Wolf Social Structure

Wolf Social Behavior The social structure of a wolf pack is one of the most fascinating that has ever been observed. They have a very strict level of hierarchy that has to be adhered to by all of the members of the pack. This may sound harsh initially but it is a...
Wolf Territorial Behavior and Dispersion

Wolf Territorial Behavior and Dispersion

Wolf Territorial Behavior By nature wolves are very territorial animals. They can have a home range from 33 to 6,200 km2 but it depends on the type of wolf and where they reside. On average it is about 35 km2. This is quite a bit of territory for a single wolf pack to...
Wolf Anatomy

Wolf Anatomy

Wolf Physical Characteristics The body of a wolf allows it to be able to survive in a variety of different locations. The bodies of these animals are built for ultimate survival. It allows for them to be able to run fast, to track prey, and to take down large animals....
Wolf Body Language

Wolf Body Language

Wolf Communication – Body Language The wolf is one of the best communicators out there when it comes to the use of body language. They way that they walk as well as where they stand in comparison to the alpha male will tell you a great deal about where they fall...
Wolf Communication

Wolf Communication

Wolf Communication Howling and Vocalization The howl of the wolf can be heard from miles around. It is the trademark by which these very animals are known. A wolf may howl for a variety of reasons but the main one involves being able to identify where the rest of the...