British Columbian wolf
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Canis lupus columbianus

British Columbian Wolf

The photos of British Columbian Wolves are from the Seacrest Wolf Preserve.

British Columbian Wolf

The British Columbian Wolf a subspecies of the Gray Wolf once roamed parts of British Columbia, the Yukon, Alberta, and S.W. Alaska. Today they can be found in only Alaska, Canada, and parts of the lower 48 states. These wolves were one of the largest subspecies of the Gray Wolf. They weigh between 80-150 pounds. They are dark in coloration ranaging from black to a rich brown and grey. They form large packs. Extinct in their former range they are threatened in their current range.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canis lupus columbianus

 

Subspecies of Gray Wolf

Extinct in British Columbia

80-150 pounds

Found today in Alaska, Canada, and the lower 48

 

Threatened