What types of wolves are in North America?

The Mexican wolf

The Mexican wolf, Canis lupus baileyi, is native to southeastern Arizona, southern New Mexico, and northern Mexico. It originally reached Texas.

The Gray Wolf

The wolf is native to Eurasia and North America. Gray wolves, as widely understood, are wild subspecies of Canis lupus. The wolf is the biggest Canidae.

The eastern wolf

The eastern wolf weighs 20-35 kg, less than most. This mottled brown canine preys on deer and moose in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence regions of Quebec and Ontario.

The Red wolf

Only wild red wolves live on North Carolina's Albemarle Peninsula. Red wolves play an important part in their ecology.

Poaching, trapping, and habitat destruction have made red wolves extremely endangered. USFWS estimates there are 10 wild red wolves in North Carolina.

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