Wolves mate in Spring.
Red wolves mate in Late Winter.
they mate for real when they have kids!
Wolves mate so they can reproduce and have cubs that will carry their genes and make their pack larger.
Wolves main instincts are to hunt, protect their pack and mate, and mate with other wolves.
they mate in the winter they have pups in the spring
Yes, of course they mate! How else would they reproduce?!?!???
The only wolves in the pack who mate are the alpha male and the alpha females.
They have a tendacy to like to mate because of warmer weather.
Once they find a mate they usually mate for life during their breeding seasons.
Ocelots are cuter to ocelots & wolves are cuter to wolves. Otherwise, they might never mate!
Yes. Grey wolves and many other kinds of wolves fight over a mate or who is the leader.
Yes. In the breeding season, when a female is in heat, a lot of male wolves will fight to mate with her. The male wolves fight, and when one of them does get to mate with the female, he guards her, so other wolves know she is taken. However, sometimes, another stronger, older wolf may fight the male wolf, mate with the female again, and stay with her for life.
well yes but not all
they mate and they seduce each other.
Yes, of course.
No, they aren't the same species.
Because wolves don't have pups if they don't get a mate.
Mating (breeding) season for gray wolves usually starts in late winter.
Wolves breed by choosing a mate, and begin mating, or making puppies. Which is also called breedingthe wolves breed with themselves
the alpha male is the wolf all the bitches want to mate with most of the other wolves don't mate
Wolves mate in the winter-time, and then the female of the breeding pair gives birth in the spring.