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Resources for additional reading about wolves

Post by Koa » Tue Sep 22, 2015 3:03 pm

This thread is currently a work-in-progress and is always subject for revision; please feel free to add any sources that are deemed reputable or mostly accurate or correct/add disclaimers about existing sources.

* Some parts of content of certain resources may be out of date; please keep this in mind as you browse.
** Broken URLs will be removed soon; this will also look aesthetically better. Soon.


ONLINE SCANS/SAMPLE PAGES

BOITANI, L., MECH, L. D. (2003) Wolves: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation https://books.google.com/books?id=_mXHu ... &q&f=false (available pages)

HEPTNER, V.G. (1998) Mammals of the Soviet Union, Volume 2, Part 1a http://archive.org/details/mammalsofsov211998gept (pages 164-270)

LLOYD, L. (1854) Scandinavian adventures, during a residence of upwards of twenty years; representing sporting incidents, and subjects of natural history, and devices for entrapping wild animals. http://archive.org/details/scandinavianadve01lloyrich (pages 447-478)

MIVART, G. J. (1890) Dogs, Jackals, Wolves and Foxes: A Monograph of the Canidae http://archive.org/details/dogsjackalswolve00mivauoft (pages 3-18)

POCO­CK, R. I. (1941) Fauna of British India: Mammals, Volume 2 https://archive.org/details/Poco­ckMammalia2 (pages 82-94)

SETON, E. T. (1909) Life Histories of Northern Mammals, Volume 2, http://archive.org/details/lifehistoriesofn02seto (pages 749-788)

SILLERO-ZUBIRI, C. et al. (2004) Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs http://www.carnivoreconservation.org/fi ... canids.pdf (pages 124-129)

STUDIES

MECH, L. D. (1999) Alpha Status, dominance, and division of labor in wolf packs http://www.wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/ ... nglish.pdf

PETERSON, R. O. et al. (2002) Leadership behavior in relation to dominance and reproductive status in gray wolves, Canis lupus http://www.wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/ ... havior.pdf


WEBSITES
Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Fact Sheet
International Wolf Center
WolfQuest: About Wolves

USEFUL THREADS WITHIN WOLFQUEST
Information about Dire Wolves (Canis Dirus)
Wolf Q&A - Frequently Asked Questions
Wolf Pack Hierarchy
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Re: Resources for additional reading about wolves

Post by wolfadore » Fri Nov 06, 2015 9:06 am

I must say that Wolves: Ecology... is the best wolf book out there! It tells about almost everything there is to a wolf that is known!
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Re: Resources for additional reading about wolves

Post by roguemoon » Tue Dec 15, 2015 12:00 am

This is perfect! Been looking for something like this, and I've been searching everywhere for a copy of Wolves: Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation. Online version is better than nothing :wink:

The Hidden Life of Wolves is another fantastic wolf book, though it focuses mainly on captive, unrelated wolves. Still gives a lot of insight on wolfs behaviour and life though, and does occasionally discuss some interesting accounts of wolves in the wild.
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Re: Resources for additional reading about wolves

Post by x1103 » Thu May 24, 2018 3:17 pm

I wish I could add something, but I have recently realized how much false information I have absorbed despite (or because) I have had the passion for these animals since I was very young... And well the facts I thought I knew need some serious updating. So I just want to say thank you for this amazing data source and the opportunity to ask questions.

I also have been writing kind of "wolf stories" for my own personal fun. I aim to tell the tale in a way that everything in it, the nature and its creatures, are as realistic as possible... This forum really helps.

Wolf Quest seems to have grown to be a quest for a lot more than a mere game for kids (though it is an awesome game too). :D
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