MEET THE PACK
The natural history of wolves is closely tied to their unique and highly-developed social structure: the pack. Pack sizes average from 5 to 6 individuals, but packs numbering up to 20 and 30 wolves have occasionally been recorded. It is vital to a wolves’ mental and physical health, as well as survival, to not be alone.
Through the years, wolves have been given a “bad name” due to portrayals in folklore, films, and the media. We hope that by educating the public about the beauty and uniqueness of wolves, we can help shine a light on how special these animals really are.