Wolf Feeding

Wolf Feeding

What do Wolfs Eat? Wolves feed on meat, and lots of it! They are on top of the food chain so they really don’t have too much to worry about out there. The fact that they are strong and that they are in groups means that most other animals out there leave them alone....
Wolf Habitat

Wolf Habitat

Wolf Habitat and Distribution Wolves are very diverse animals, which is why they have a habitat that is very spread out around the world. It isn’t true that they only live in very thick forests and come out at night. Wolves have been identified in many areas that you...
Wolf Predators

Wolf Predators

Wolf Enemies The fact that wolves are at the top of the food chain means they really don’t have any predators to be too concerned about in the wild. However, they can sometimes be taken down by other animals if they are alone out there. Most animals leave them alone...
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...