As wolves gradually return to parts of their historic territories in Germany, many people are scared. But are German Wolves actually a threat to human life and livestock?
Wild, swift and majestic, wolves of any species continue to fascinate us. Read though our list of 10 facts about wolves to learn some of the less known aspects of their lives.
In the Life and times of Werner Freund: the Wolfman we take a brief but informative look at the achievements of an extraordinary wolf lover.
Get all the factual answers to the most common Wolf Questions here. Learn more about these awesome creatures and the way they live out in the wild.
There are four recognized wolf species in the wild today along with numerous subspecies. But did you know that there are countless extinct wolf species that once roamed the Earth too?
Here’s how you can avoid conflicts when Living with Wolves or near wolf territory. Living or camping in wolf country can sometimes be dangerous – after all, wolves are territorial animals. Fortunately, for the most part, wolves keep to themselves and will not approach people. However, wolves can become emboldened after getting used to human…
Keeping Wolfdogs is a decision you’ll need to take after careful consideration. Read on to learn the pros and cons for caring for this awesome canine.
Lone Wolves are the stuff of several tales and debates. But what actually could make a wolf break ranks and how do they survive on their own in the wild?
There are many stories about Wolves in Movies and TV. From the cute, to the serious, and then the downright scary, here are a few you need to know.
The Yellowstone Druid Wolf Pack could be described as one of the most publicized wolf packs on Earth. But what really happened to the original members?
The process of domesticating wolves started thousands of years ago but how has it fared so far? Are there any consequences of this action?
Coyote-Wolf Hybrids now number in their millions across parts of North America and are surprisingly versatile. How do they survive in terrain and conditions that pure bred wolves and coyotes can’t?