White Wolves

 

The Hudson Bay Wolf is both a stunning, yet elusive sub-species of the Grey Wolf. Native to Northern Canada, they are perfectly adapted for life in the cold. Thick coats, long legs and huge paws allow them to stay warm, dry and nimble during a harsh Canadian winter.

Although their conservation status has not yet been evaluated, the Hudson Bay Wolf is commonly considered as an endangered sub-species.

At A Glance

COMMON NAME: Hudson Bay Wolf

LATIN NAME: Canis Lupus Hudsonicus

DIET: Carnivore

FUN FACT: A wolf’s howl can travel up to 10 miles!

IUCN Red List - Least Concern
Near Threatened Vunerable Endangered Critically Endangered Extinct in the Wild EXTINCT

At A Glance

COMMON NAME: Hudson Bay Wolf

LATIN NAME: Canis Lupus Hudsonicus

DIET: Carnivore

FUN FACT: A wolf’s howl can travel up to 10 miles!

IUCN Red List - Least Concern

What Big Eyes You Have!

Woodside is proud to house the UK’s first, and Lincolnshire’s only pack of four Hudson Bay Wolves. They are called Hudson, Saska, Nuna and Toba, named after the regions of Canada around the area they originate from (Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, Nunavut and Manitoba).

Is This My Best Side?

When you visit Woodside you will often hear the wolves in full song as they love to howl several times a day. Very often it is Toba who will set them all off, as she’s the noisy one!

“Check out the daily feeding times and you will see them tucking in to a tasty feast!”