Northern Saskatchewan Wolf
There is some discussion about exactly which subspecies of wolf resides in Northern Saskatchewan - whether it is the Manitoba Wolf (Canis Lupus Griseoalbus) or the Hudson’s Bay Wolf (Canis Lupus Hudsonicus), or just the ordinary Grey Wolf (Canis Lupus). Either way, wolves migrate in and out of northern Saskatchewan from Manitoba, following caribou herds. The wolf is a very social animal that mates for life and lives in packs of two to fifteen. While all the members of the pack care for the young, the strongest male is usually the pack leader. Usually hunting at night, they feed primarily on large mammals by chasing down their victims either slashing tendons or driving it back to waiting pack members.