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Canadian Timber Wolf

Canis Lupus

  1. Not Evaluated
  2. Data Deficient
  3. Least Concern
  4. Near Threatened
  5. Vulnerable
  6. Endangered
  7. Critically Endangered
  8. Extinct in the Wild
  9. Extinct

About Us

At Woburn Safari Park we have a mixed exhibit made up of a small family wolves, males Parker and Akela, and female Tala.

These wolves live in a 12 acre enclosure which they share with our North American Black Bears.

The Canadian Timber Wolf is the largest sub species of wolf, living and hunting in packs of up to 10 or 12 members in the wild. They are the most wide-ranging of carnivores and can take prey up to ten times their size because of their hunting techniques. 

Northern Hemisphere, including Canada and Alaska.
Woodlands, mountains and tundra (arid grassland)
Up to 52cm at shoulder. Length: 1 to 1.3m including tail
23 to 79 kg
6 to 8 years (10-15 years in captivity)
Hunting due to conflict with humans