The Alexander Archipelago wolf lives in the Costal Southeastern part of Alaska and on the Islands of the Alexander Archipelago. This animal has relativly short fur and usually has a black or darker colored coats. They are around 3 and a half feet long and 2 feet tall and weigh in about 30 to 50 pounds. This specific wolf mainly eats the Sitka black-tailed deer and salmon, but will eat plants and smaller animals if nesissary. Alexander Archipelago Wolves give birth to their pups during the last two weeks of April. Their dens made of caves, crevices, roots of trees, and enlarged mammal burrows. There are about 750 to 1,100 of the Alexander Archipelago Wolves left.