Denali is recognized as one of the best places in the world for people to see wolves in the wild.
This page includes:
- Info on the life of a wolf
- Wolf surveys and long-term monitoring
- Wolf research details
- Management concerns about wolves
- Denali's 2017 wolf buffer proposal to the Alaska Board of Game
- Narrative descriptions of each pack (2012 - 2016)
- Wolf sighting index update (Nov 2015)
- Wolf populations (April 2016)
- Wolf Dispersal in Alaskan Parks, an article detailing the impressive mileage some wolves throughout interior Alaska have journeyed in recent years.
- Media coverage of our paper looking at impacts of breeder loss on wolf packs and populations (Borg et al. 2015. Journal of Animal Ecology)
- Nature World News: Wolf Populations are Unfazed by Individual Breeder Deaths
- Red Orbit: Loss Of A Breeding Wolf Can Be Devastating, But Does Not Always Spell Doom For The Pack
- KUAC Public Radio: Study Shows Single Wolf Death Can Impact Entire Pack
- Science Codex, Phys.org: Wolf mother deaths threaten pack survival but not population