GPS Map Composed Of 68,000 Pinpoints Tracks The Territorial Nature Of Minnesota Wolves

The Voyageurs Wolf Project is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park which tracks and studies wolves throughout the warmer months. In 2018, the project studied six northern Minnesota packs, creating a map that showcases the intensely territorial way the animals behave, and how tightly they stick to their packs. The brightly colored line drawings were composed from 68,000 GPS locations of the six packs, with negligible crossover between the data-driven formations. Continue reading »

Living With Wolves

Jim and Jamie Dutcher spent six years in Idaho in a tent within the world’s largest wolf enclosure in order to observe and document the behavior of these wild animals. They got really close to the wolves and made many unique photos of wolves in their natural habitat. Continue reading »

How to Draw… Wolves


Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Not children’s book author Nadia Shireen! She shows you how to turn one in to a great little drawing. Continue reading »

The Last Wild Wolves


A selection of the over 100 photographs Ian has taken during his seventeen years living in and exploring the Great Bear Rainforest, home to the last of the wild wolves.

For seventeen years, Ian McAllister has lived on the rugged north coast of British Columbia, one of the last places on the planet where wolves live relatively undisturbed by humans. This book describes his experiences over that period following two packs of wolves, one in the extreme outer coastal islands and another farther inland in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. Continue reading »