Natural Habitat

Wolves once were common through all of North America. However, in the 1930's they were exerminated throughout most areas in the united states. Today, they can still be found in Canada, Alaska, the Great Lakes, Northern Rockies and the Pacific Northwest. Wolves were reintroduced in 1995 by the Yellow stone natural Park, where many can be found. Wolves need to be in areas they are large, such as places like forests, and mountainous terrain.