Wolves are found throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Mexico. The southernmost populations would typically be in India, although Mexico and parts of Africa are pretty close.
In north America, Canada into sporadic sitings in the Northwest and Northeast. They’re all over Eastern Europe, with a few sitings as far down as India and Yemen.
While declared extinct in the wild in 1980, the American red wolf has been in a captive breeding program since the 1970s, and enough have been bred to be released to a wildlife refuge in North Carolina. Today there are at least 100 living in NC.
Around the same time a similar program was implemented for the endangered Mexican gray wolf in the Southwestern US. They can now be found in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area along the New Mexico/Arizona border.
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