Historically the range of the eastern wolf was roughly the south-eastern 25%-40% of Canada as well as the northeast USA (east of the Great Lakes). Due to over hunting canis lycaon become extinct in the USA in the late 19th century.

Today most eastern wolves live around the Algonquin Provincial Park area in Ontario and will also travel into neighboring Quebec. There is evidence that they may also exist in Manitoba, Canada as well as Minnesota, USA. There have also been reported wolf sightings in New York, New Hampshire, and Maine.

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