U.S. Wolf Populations
Due to the destruction of wolves habitat and persecution by humans, they now occupy only about 10 percent of their historic range in the continental 48 United States.
Mexican Gray Wolves
The Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) or “lobo” is the most genetically distinct lineage of gray wolves in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the most endangered mammals in North America.
The Eastern Wolf was listed as special concern when the Endangered Species Act took effect in 2008, and was renamed Algonquin Wolf and re-classified as threatened on June 15, 2016.
Coyotes are explorers, opportunists, and one of the most successful carnivores in North America because of their ability to cope, if not thrive, after decades of persecution at the hands of ranchers, landowners, farmers and government agents.
Scientific Webinar Series
Learn from some of the top scientists and researchers in the field through our recorded Scientific Webinar series.
Curriculum for Educators
A unique unit of study that affords elementary and middle school students differentiated opportunities to learn and master many of the required common core academic standards using wolf conservation as its integrating theme.