A Grey Wolf South of Georgetown

South of Georgetown, in daylight...a Grey Wolf!


I spotted this majestic creature in a farmer's field, very close to a row of houses and livestock, South of town on 8th Line, between 5 and 10 - sideroad

I've seen many Coyotes over the years, and knew instantly that this dog was different.

VERY large, bigger than a coyote....a Grey Wolf! Large head, white and grey colouring ...... beautiful!

I was surprised to see it out at dusk, and have been wondering if there's others, what they're feeding on, and if others have seen this too.

I hope to see it again....

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Dec 28, 2016
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Heard One
by: Anonymous

I was salting at home in the winter and I heard a few Wolves but I was wondering if Coyotes and Wolves sound the same? I got scared and grabbed the cart, went home wondering if they got scared or were they were hunting.

I would say that generally, Wolves howl and Coyotes yip. That would be the way I would identify them. However, we tend to see and hear a lot of Wolf-Coyote hybrids in Southern Ontario (Coywolves) and who knows what sound they make!

Nov 30, 2012
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Walking home on Argyle after summer school
by: Anonymous

Yea, I think I saw this thing a few years back. Saw a big fierce looking dog waking on the sidewalk on Argyle during the day. Noticed that it didn't have a owner or anybody walking it. Got closer and realized it probably wasn't a dog. The thing was huge and wild looking with a big head like you said.

Oct 20, 2012
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Wolves in Glen Williams
by: Anonymous

On September 19 2012 I stepped outside at around 8:30 pm to have a smoke, when i came outside I heard something moving in the woods, so when I turned around to look there was 3 big grey bushy looking animals and they weren't no coyotes!

I have seen lots of Coyotes in Glen Williams in my time but not anything like this.

Any one that has cats and that live in Glen Williams area near Confederation Street and Glen Crescent area, I highly suggest to leave them indoors at night.

They have been seen around here a lot lately including Tuesday night at about the same time, so pet owners in that area, do yourself a favor and keep the animals inside. Thanks.

Thank you for sending this to us, I hope the people of Glen Williams will take your advice and keep their small animals in-doors at night, and only allow their small pets outside if they are supervised.

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