Wolves have been in constant conflict with man. Sadly, extermination of wolves has taken place in more than 95% of the 48 continuous United States, much of Mexico, parts of Canada, most of Europe, and most of the Soviet Union. The status of the wolf in the lower 48 states is endangered. Areas in northern Minnesota and Isle Royale have been declared 'Critical Habitat' and have been protected from destruction or adverse modification. In Alaska, hunting of the animal is permitted since
the wolf is not included on the Endangered Species List there.
In Norway, Sweden, Italy, Israel, India, and Mexico the wolf is totally protected by law although protection is often minimally enforced.
Man holds the future of the wolf in his hands; the wolf is fully capable of surviving if man learns to understand it and therefore learn to appreciate it and value it.
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