Wolves are often depicted in literature, media and art in Ontario and many citizens have come to value wolves as a cultural symbol of the province’s natural landscape. Wolves are found throughout much of Ontario, in an area extending roughly from the southern boundary of the Canadian Shield northwards to the Hudson Bay lowlands. There are two species of wolf in Ontario: the gray wolf found in the boreal and tundra regions of the province, and the eastern wolf found in the coniferous and mixed coniferous-hardwood forests of central and northern Ontario.
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