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Whats in a Howl? by Fred H. Harrington Professor of EthologyMount Saint Vincent University, Nova Scotia Ask anyone about wolf vocalizations and the howl invariably springs to mind. Even though wolves bark, woof, whine, whimper, yelp, growl, snarl and moan a lot more often than they howl, it is howling that defines the
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The northwestern wolf, Canis lupus occidentalis, also known as the Mackenzie Valley wolf or northern timber wolf is a subspecies of gray wolf in western North America . It ranges from Alaska , the upper Mackenzie River Valley , as well as southward into central Alberta . Along with C. l. nubilus , C. l. occidentalis is
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