Does California have wild wolves?
The Grey wolf, indigenous to California, was killed over 75 years ago. There are no more packs of wolves anywhere except in the four areas that they were just re-introduced – Great Lakes, Arizona, Rocky Mountains, and Yellow Stone. Siskiyou County, in California is under proposal for a fifth location. To make this happen, Defenders of Wildlife needs our support. Also, a human has never been killed by a wolf in the wild in the past 120 years in the lower 48 states. The only wolves, or wolf-dogs, living in California are owned as pets and are living in domestic situations.