The Eastern Timber Wolf lives mainly by the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence regions of southeast Ontario and southwest Quebec in remote, forested areas. The only time this animal uses a shelter is when bering offspring. By the end of summer the pups blend in with the rest of the pack. This certain wolf is smaller than a Grey Wolf. The Females weigh about 60 pounds and males weigh 75 They are 5 to 5.5 feet long and 25 to 36 inches tall. Their fur can be anything from white to grey and brown to black. The Eastern Timber wolf's back legs and muzzle are usually reddish-brown with white, grey, and black on their backs. They are considered endangered except in Minnesota where they are threatened.