Wolves: A Wildlife Handbook
Topics covered include a comparison of wolves and coyotes, the ancient ancestors of the wolf, natural prey, wolf activity through the year, pack behavior, natural range, myths and legends about the wolf, Native American beliefs, physical characteristics, methods of communication, and body signals.
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Wolves in the Americas
The Wolf Myth
Native American Myths
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