wolfpack

(redirected from a wolf pack)

wolfpack

A family group of wolves that live and hunt together. Be careful out there at night—a wolfpack has been seen roaming that part of the woods.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's (WDFW) decision to kill a wolf pack responsible for killing and injuring livestock in the northeastern parts of the state has received major backlash from conservation groups and local tribes.
A wolf pack is composed of a group of activist investors working in unison to gain control of corporate boards.
25) Most participants in a wolf pack do not hold onto their portfolio in the long run, with most exiting within a year.
Interviews were conducted in 62 households in Ayida village, 2 km from a wolf pack in Worgona Valley, after reports of a disease outbreak in the area.
And winter is when wolves display some of their most fascinating behaviors--it's now, for example, when a wolf pack can take down an elk, which in summer will generally outrun them.
Think Two and a Half Men but with better parenting skills--"there are a lot of human families who could benefit by seeing how a wolf pack raises its young," Peake says.
In Canada, we figured a wolf pack will kill a deer every three to four days," says outdoor writer and biologist Brad Fenson.
MIN] was in reality close to the true parameter we were trying to predict ([beta]), this discrepancy could simply reflect an aberrant year in the process that generated [beta], assuming that pack size remained closely related to the probability that a wolf pack contained a successfully breeding pair.
Having studied wolves in the wild for close to 50 years, and actually lived with a wolf pack on Ellesmere Island near the north pole, wildlife biologist Dr.
Of most interest to Oregonians is that biologists have confirmed the presence of a wolf pack that includes adults and pups in Union County north of La Grande.
Kidnapped by mercenary lions, she escapes and has to make her way in the forest where she comes into contact with a wolf pack.
OK, maybe you're thinking--what could a wolf pack and my family possibly have in common?
Whether we're telling the intimate story of a wolf pack or exploring the frontiers of medicine, our goal is to take our viewers where they've never been and show them images they'll never forget.
The leaders of a wolf pack are usually a male and a female that are mates.