By Werner Freund

(Source: wolveswolves)


A daily routine; a female wolf urinates to defend the pack’s territory. Other ways to defend it are putting scent on trees, stumps, stones and bushes, and by scaring away (or when needed killing) intruders. 

Both breeding male and female mark, subordinates do not unless vying for dominance. Both male and female raise a hind leg during urine-marking, although the male raises his higher, possibly in keeping with his anatomy.

Picture by Lynn M. Stone, scanned from the book ‘Wolves’ by Daniel Wood 

Gray wolves (Canis lupus) from the Sawtooth pack

Picture by Jim and Jamie Dutcher

(Source: wolveswolves)

By Ann Miles

(Source: wolveswolves)

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By Greg Governale

(Source: wolveswolves)

Hello cuties

I’m back again because I’VE GRADUATED!!!
Bachelor fine art and design in education in the pocket! More time for wolf blogging! Yaaay!

Everything completed and achieved with flying colours. The graduation exhibition opened yesterday, tomorrow is the last day. I got more and better reactions than I could ask for, I am so very happy. For those interested - I post my work and pics from the exhibition on my personal blog.

Thanks so much to everyone who helped me to whatever extend with my thesis on wolves. I hope to thank each of you in person any time soon :) Also, I plan to post the English version on here in the near future since I got a lot of requests for that - let me know if you’d be interested!

But first things first; I am currently spending my first spare time since ages by hanging around on my bedroom floor, listening to music and not doing a fuck. Before I prepare for the exhibition tomorrow I’ll post a decent amount of wolf related stuff for you so prepare for that! I genuinely hope all of you are doing wonderful, if not (or just in any case) here’s some nuzzles from WolvesWolves to you! xxxx


By Mircea Costina

Pakistan man rescues rare abandoned Indian wolf pup

Omer, a man from Pakistan, found an Indian wolf pup (Canis lupus pallipes) that was alone in the wild. He said that when he found her, he looked for the mother wolf, but soon found that the mother had been killed by hunters.

He then made the decision to rescue the baby wolf, who is about 1 1/2 months old, and attempt to help her to survive. Omar has been feeding her some milk and chicken to keep her alive.

He is concerned for the baby wolf and says he must hide her from the local people because he lives in an area where people hunt and kill wolves. Since she is a wild wolf, he will take care of her until she is strong enough to be released back into the wild.



What Me Worry, I Never Do

by Megan Frauenhoffer

acrylic ink, 2013

Anonymous asked:
Hi! I'm getting a wolf tattooed on my thigh next week, how was your experience getting tattooed? How was the pain?

I have an extremely high pain tolerance, so for me getting my rib cage tattooed for almost 3 hours straight was easy peasy pumpkin peasy


Thighs typically are one of the less painful spots when it comes to getting tattooed, so if you normally don’t start crying by the slightest bit of pain I guess you’ll be fine!

Good luck next week! If you want to, I’d love to see the result :)