Endangered Alexander Archipelago Wolf – Is Extinction Next?

Alaska

If you read my previous article about the Coastal Wolves of British Columbia, you’ll remember that I mentioned, “Other populations reside in southeastern Alaska, though overall, sea wolves have declined in number over time. Amazingly, they once were found all the way down to California, back when it had its own temperate rain forest. Now … Read more

Coastal Wolves Of British Columbia

Maxwel Hohn takes a photo during sunset of the BC coastline

Coastal wolves are found mainly where the temperate Great Bear Rain Forest of British Columbia meets the pacific ocean. This is about 21 million acres and is a very different habitat than we traditionally think of for wolves (e.g., Yellowstone). The dense old-growth forest offers much protection, and there are many options to make a … Read more

Gray Wolves Ecosystem -Unexpected benefit

Moose eating salt on a snowy road.

Sometimes when an Apex predator is re-established in an area, there is an unintended positive consequence. A recent study found one such consequence when Gray Wolves moved back into the American wilderness around The Great Lakes. Read on to find out more about how the Gray Wolves’ ecosystem⸺with them on top of the food chain⸺can … Read more