Wolves have been thought to be extinct for over a hundred years in the Adirondacks and Northeast United states, until recently. Could the Adirondack timber wolf be making a comeback? Read on to find out.
Reuben Cary shot a wolf in the Adirondacks in 1899, which is currently on display at the Adirondack Museum. It was thought for a while that this was the last wolf in the Adirondacks, but several have been killed in the last few decades.
The question is whether or not these wolves are wild.