Select subspecies are (such as the Red wolf and Mexican wolf), but as a whole, Gray Wolves are not endangered. They may be listed as endangered in several STATES of the USA, where their population is minimal, however, this does not take into account their total population around the rest of the world.
No. Gray Wolves are not endangered. Once upon a time they roamed the entire span of the earth, but even now, they can be found in vast numbers in Canada, China, Russia and in parts of Europe, India etc.
no, but they should be
Yes. And it would be "endangered" not "endanger". Unless you mean "in danger".
Although some local populations are in trouble, as a species, the gray wolf is not an endangered species. Listed as "Least Concern " by the IUCN.
Yes grey wolfs are endangered in the US along with the red wolf
Gray wolves are not endangered.
Grey Wolves are threatened not endangered.
Currently, the gray wolf is not an endangered species.
you can raise them and study them,that will help! ^.^
Gray wolves are enlisted endangered by Endangered Species Act (ESA) throughout USA with exception of some states.
The wolves have come back from near extinction.
The Grey wolf is endangered because of humans. We always thought the were horrible beasts destroying everything. So everyone shot them or trapped them.how would the gray wolves be endangerd if they are not extinct?the gray wolves are not endangerd.
well i am not very sure but i think that they are endangered in canada or america
They were removed from the endangered species list in May of 2009.
No. Arctic wolves are not an endangered species. A subspecies of the gray wolf, which is listed as least concern.
Because they are rare and endangered. The gray wolf is not endangered, rather it is listed as a species of least concern.
Gray Wolves were put onto the Endangered Species list in 1974 and taken off in 2009.
grey wolves were taken off the endangered species list in may of 2009
Wolves have been endangered for many centuries. Because wolves are at the top of the Food Chain they compete with humans for the same prey (deer, elk, rabbits, etc.) Humans have also developed many myths about wolves over the centuries, most of which are false. Consequently, in the US, Gray wolf populations were drastically reduced after the first part of the twentieth century. In 1973, the US Congress passed the Endangered Species Act and the Red and Gray wolves were immediately listed as endangered species. Ther have been some attempts to re-introduce Gray wolves to national parks in the US, but they remain endangered to this day. Although some subspecies are endangered, the gray wolf as a species is not an endangered species.
The gray wolf overall is listed as a species of least concern. However, a few subspecies are listed as threatened or endangered.
The gray wolf put on the endangered species list in the 1970s, but is now listed as an animal of least concern. This means that there are large numbers of gray wolves in the world and they are no longer considered endangered.
The Gray Wolf is federally protected and on the endangered species list. There are also organizations and people who work together to protect the wolves. The gray wolf is not an endangered species.
yes they are endangeredThe Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf, and currently not endangered.Yes, they are endangered.
Like many subspecies of the gray wolf, they were hunted to near extinction from fear of predation on livestock.
The gray wolf, Canis Lupus, is not an endangered species, but is listed as "Least Concern", by the IUCN. But, some subspecies are in trouble, such as the Mexican wolf, and Ethiopian wolf.
The gray wolf is generally safe. No one needs to be concerned about gray wolves, excluding the Mexican wolf, which is critically endangered.
Gray wolves are endangered because of deforestation and way too much overhunting.
Yes wolves are gray
There is a program in Yellowstone national park where they captured wolves and breeded them and released them into the wild again.
It is illegal because the are endangered and it will cause national parks to lose money