Coexistence and Conflict with North America’s Grey Wolf


Wolves are a species indigenous to North America. They have lived in the region since the Pleistocene and are believed to have crossed the Bering Land Bridge from Asia. Before the arrival of Europeans in New England, North American indigenous peoples lived in harmony with wolves; some had even built a relationship with them. To this day, American Indian tribes fight to protect and preserve wolves through advocacy and restoration efforts.

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