Of Wolves & Men RSS

In the early fall of 1998, I set off to the Idaho wilderness hoping to become the first  to document the return of the majestic wolf to the western wilderness.

Read more

Large wolves, as well as the many types of domesticated dogs, are all part of the Canidae family, which also includes foxes, coyotes, dingos and jackals.

Read more

What happens when an animal in an area that has been present before humans are removed? Let's have a firsthand look at the ecological disaster this would lead to...

Read more

Once called the Simien jackal, Canis simensis is now considered a wolf, because studies of its mitochondrial DNA show that this species is more closely related to wolves than jackals.

Read more

Wolves are the largest members of the dog family. Strictly speaking, they are classified as carnivores. Their meat of choice are ungulates (hoofed mammals such as deer, elk, moose, or bison).

Read more

Unlike many other animals that lead solitary lives apart from mating, once a wolf forms a bond, it doesn’t break until it dies.

 

Read more