The Wolf Intelligencer



Ecoregions of Alberta

Mid-Continental Canadian forests, Midwestern Canadian Shield forests, Muskwa-Slave Lake forests, Northern Canadian Shield taiga, Alberta Mountain forests, Alberta-British Columbia foothills forests, North Central Rockies forests, Canadian aspen forests and parkland, Montana valley and foothill grasslands, Northern short grasslands

Wolves in Protected Areas of Alberta
Wolves in Wood Buffalo National Park
Wolves in Banff National Park
Wolves in Jasper National Park

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Northwestern Gray Wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis)
Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf (Canis lupus irremotus)
Loup Gris (Francais)

Population Statistics [Estimate 4,000-5,000]

Statistiques Démographiques
Legal Status; Game species throughout.

Statut Légal; Espèces de gibier.

Government du Canada Registre public des espèces en péril
Alberta Environment and Parks

La Société Géographique Royale du Canada
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society
Alberta Wilderness Association
Wolf Matters

Alberta / Canadian News Resources & Publications
Ressources et des Publications
Calgary Herald (Calgary, Alberta)
CBC Calgary (Calgary, Alberta)
CBC Edmonton (Edmonton, Alberta)
HUFFPOST ALBERTA  (Alberta, Canada)
Global News Calgary (Calgary, Alberta)
Metro News (Edmonton, Alberta)


Wolf and Wildlife News from Alberta 

Journal Articles

Data from: Wolf ecology and caribou-primary prey-wolf spatial relationships in low productivity peatland complexes in northeastern Alberta. Latham, A.D.M. and Boutin, S., 2019

Is Livestock an Important Food Resource for Coyotes and Wolves in Central Eastern Alberta Counties with Predator Control Bounties?. PROULX G, PARR S. Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management. 2018

[HTML] Natural regeneration on seismic lines influences movement behaviour of wolves and grizzly bears; L Finnegan, KE Pigeon, J Cranston, M Hebblewhite… – PloS one, 2018

Divergent patterns of understory forage growth after seismic line exploration: Implications for caribou habitat restoration
L Finnegan, D MacNearney, KE Pigeon – Forest Ecology and Management, 2018

[HTML] The calm during the storm: Snowfall events decrease the movement rates of grey wolves (Canis lupus); A Droghini, S Boutin – PloS one, 2018

Killing wolves and farming caribou benefit industry, not caribou: a response to Stan Boutin. Proulx G, Alexander S, Barron H, Bekoff M, Brook R, Bryan H, Darimont C, Dubois S, Lukasik V, McCrory WP, Paquet P. Nature Alberta Spring. 2017

Poisoning wolves with strychnine is unacceptable in experimental studies and conservation programmes. Proulx G, Brook RK, Cattet M, Darimont C, Paquet PC. Environmental conservation. 2016 Mar

Addendum to “Managing wolves (Canis lupus) to recover threatened woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Alberta”. Hervieux D, Hebblewhite M, Stepnisky D, Bacon M, Boutin S. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2015 Feb

Final Report for Testing monitoring techniques for wolves in southwest Alberta. Ausband DE, Bassing SB. University of Montana, Missoula, USA. 2015

Report on Wild Horses and Ecosystem in Rocky Mountain Foothills East of Banff National Park and West of Sundre, Alberta, Canada (Red Deer River, James River and Vicinity). Downer, C.C., 2015

From venison to beef: seasonal changes in wolf diet composition in a livestock grazing landscape. Morehouse AT, Boyce MS. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2011 Oct

Demography of a harvested population of wolves (Canis lupus) in west-central Alberta, Canada. Webb NF, Allen JR, Merrill EH. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2011 Aug

Invading white‐tailed deer change wolf–caribou dynamics in northeastern Alberta.  Latham AD, Latham MC, McCutchen NA, Boutin S. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2011 Jan

Demography of a harvested population of wolves (Canis lupus) in west-central Alberta, Canadal NF Webb, JR Allen, EH Merrill – Canadian Journal of Zoology, 2011

Winter habitat use by wolves, Canis lupus, in relation to forest harvesting in west-central Alberta. Kuzyk GW, Kneteman J, Schmiegelow FK. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 2004

Non-overlapping ranges of coyotes and wolves in northeastern Alberta. Fuller TK, Keith LB. Journal of Mammalogy. 1981 May

Wolf population dynamics and prey relationships in northeastern Alberta. Fuller TK, Keith LB. The journal of wildlife management. 1980 Jul

A record long-distance move by a wolf (Canis lupus). Van Camp J, Gluckie R. Journal of Mammalogy. 1979 Feb

The helminths of wolves and coyotes from the forested regions of Alberta. Holmes JC, Podesta R. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1968 Nov




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