In what kind of community do gray wolves live?
They live in a pack.
timbers is where they live
Gray wolves live in the upper region of Michigan.
Gray wolves are not endangered.
Yes, some gray wolves do live in forests. gray wolves do live in woods and forests of:Massachusetts,new hampshire,vermont,maine,alaska,and canada.
Gray Wolves live in the rocky mountains. No that is not the case everywhere. Gray wovles also live in the wild near Minnesota and Wisconson. Gray wolves are found in North America, Europe, Asia, and the arctic. they live in Antarctica Gray wolves still live in Alaska, Canada and Asia. There are few remaining wolves in Europe as they have been hunted to near extinction. North America and Russia. gray wolves live in Alaska Normally… Read More
no.grey wolves do not live in Africa
Gray wolves live in the northern parts of North America, Asia, and Europe. Gray wolves don't live in one single forest.
No Gray Wolves live in den not burrows Bunnies,Hares,and other small animals live in burrows.
There are no wolves in Scotland.
Because gray wolves do live in dry areas and cold areas.
gray wolves or grey wolves live because poachers stopped a little and more are having pups. Also there are more elk to eat.
The precipitation the wolves live in is rain, and snow :)
Grey wolves live in the northern forests.
Gray wolves, black bears, raccoons, bobcats, deer, coyotes, and rabbits.
Yes they do. GREY wolves do. BUT the other wolves DON'T.
No. Wolves are not found in Michigan.
No. No they don't. They live in Oregon!
yes. Gray wolves and Mexican red wolves both can life in the western America, though Mexican red wolves are also believed to be a sub species of the Gray wolf, caused by a cross breeding of Gray wolves and Coyotes.
That depends on what kind of wolf you are talking about. Gray wolves live in many places including North America, Russia, Finland, and many others. Kazakhstan is thought to have the world's largest wolf population. Gray wolves used to be more widely distributed, but people hunted them and destroyed their habitats. Arctic wolves live in parts of Canada and Greenland.
Gray wolves live mostly in Canada, Alaska, and in Russia and in neighboring parts of Asia and Europe.
A gray wolf is the largest member of the dog family. Gray Wolves are carnivours and prefere animals larger then themselvs. They are very social with other wolves and live in packs of 2-20 wolves
yes, different wolves such as grey wolves or red wolves live i different locations. it depends on how adaptable they are to different environments and food sources.
Click here for a map of the range of the gray wolf.
they range in all types of places
Grey wolves live in Alaska, British Columbia, and a bit of the USA so they live in colder weather.
grey wolves mostly live in north america, in extreme north USA and Canada
all wolves prefer to live in packs because it allows for more successful hunts.
they want to.
I think so, i think some live in spain, but not neceserily GRAY ones
Gray wolves can live in a variety of ecosystems. They live in the tundra, woodlands, forests, grasslands, and deserts. They thrive in all of these places because they are able to adapt to different temperatures and weather changes.
No because of stupid hunters and population "control" wolves are dying.
In Arizona, about 50 grey wolves have been re-introduced.
Grey wolves do not live in Utah but they live in North America, Europe, Africa, Greenland and Asia. :) Hope this is enough.
They live in The United States, Mexico, and Canada.
The habitat of a gray wolf has lots of trees and forest. The gray wolfs live mostly in idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Oregon.
It depends what kind of wolf you are talking about. Gray wolves (Canis Lupus) can live in the snow and often do. However, overall many wolves live in Canada, Alaska, Idaho, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and New Mexico. To learn more about wolves, go to http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/wolf.html California and Arizona Normally in a colder forest area. The habitat of a wolf is the woods. Wolves are very diverse and their habitat is spread out over… Read More
In the forests of southern Alaska.
They do in small numbers
food and water
in Colorado's mountain forests
Most wolves live in cooler climates but some prefer warm climates, such as the Mexican gray wolf. Historically, they inhabited much of the temperate world.
YES, IT DEPENDS where they live
Wolves do no construct a den. They live in the open.
I know for sure that they live in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Yes i am from north carolina, they only wolves that live here are red wolves, they live in the backwoods near the beach. Red wolves are smaller then a gray wolf, they look more kinda like a coyote.
Gray wolves usually live in forest type areas where they can get food like meat and raise their young.
Yes. There are wolves called Adrionick wolves that live in the mountains. They also think that there are gray wolves. SOOO, that means that there are wolves in New Hampshire.
Grey wolves live in the northern/western part of Canada, United States and Alaska. They also live in Europe and Asia