The Wolf Den
Pictures, facts, resources, and more!
The mesmerizing stare of a gray wolf.
Image Source: Kramer, Gary, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Fact: A wolf howl can last anywhere from
3 to 11 seconds. Source: Gray Wolf, National Wildlife Federation.
Fact: When a wolf becomes separated from his pack, it
howls. The other members of his pack respond, giving him a sound to guide him home.
A gray wolf looks out from his snow covered forest.
Image Source: Brooks, Tracy - Mission Wolf/USFWS, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Other wolf related sites of interest:
- Shadow's Den
Wolf Rescue and Preservation Sanctuary
- Mission Wolf - Sanctuary for Wolves
- The Yellowstone Wolf Tracker website has
a map of wolf pack territories in the park, a wolf gallery, and a recommended reading
- Wolf News and Facts
- Wolf Artwork and Collectibles
- Wolf and Woods of Minnesota
A collection of wolf photos and wallpaper, stories, books and videos. Wolf lovers will love this little site!
- Learn all about wolves with Boomerwolf,
an interactive website for kids.
- Send someone a wolf ecard!
This site has some great wolf pictures!
- The International Wolf Center
is a wonderful place to get more information on this extraordinary animal!
- To know which plants and animals are currently threatened or endangered, visit
the ecos.fws.gov site to search the U.S.
Endangered Species List.
- The next time you're in Indiana, make sure you visit the Wolf
- What are wolves saying when they howl? Take a look at NOVA's
site. They even have audio files so you can hear the different wolf howls!
- White Wolf Sanctuary - Arctic
- Defenders of Wildlife
has a wolf journal, videos, and the Adopt-a-Wolf
program. Check it out!
- Visit the live Wolf-Cam
from the International Wolf Center, and see what's going on!
- The Wolf Mountain Sanctuary
has news and ways you can help save wolves.
- Caneman2 Hand-crafted Appalachian wooden canes
are good for long nature hikes.
- Wolf Trust, wolf & wildlife reintroduction
- Wolf Dream Design - Internet
- Wolf Source - Your one
stop online resource for all things WOLF
- Furry Face and Fang Page
- Little Wolf & Friends
Gordon Wildlife Art - Great artwork by a very talanted artist!
- Wolfpics.net- Wolf, Nature & Wildlife Information & Images
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