This blog post will answer a question that has been asked by many people in the past. Do wolves live in Georgia? The short answer is no, they don’t. But let’s dig into it and see why not! The gray wolf, also known as the timberwolf or American wolf is a North American species of canid. They primarily inhabit Alaska and Canada but have lately been spotted in some lower US states like Texas.
Wolves are actually not native to Georgia so they wouldn’t be living there unless they were imported by humans for hunting purposes. One thing people might confuse wolves with when looking at pictures is coyotes, which are also members of Canidae family however they’re much smaller and more common here in the United States than their larger cousins because wolves prefer colder climates where food sources like deer tend to congregate together during winter months due to lack of vegetation (this leads them close enough that hunters can easily take aim without worrying about hitting other animals). Coyotes