Where They Are
The gray wolves habitat needs to be a very large area that is all wildland. They also need a large number of prey in this area so they can hunt. Theses wolves can survive in many different areas. These areas include deserts, forests, mountains, tundras, and plains. Although they can survive in many places most of them are only in a few places. These places include seven states (Michigan, Minnesota, Idaho, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Alaska, and Montana), Canada, Russia, Asia, Middle East, and Europe.
What They Eat
They grey wolf goes after large hoofed creatures like elk or deer. Although wolves aren't very big when compared to an elk, their hunting methods allow them to take on much larger prey. The wolf is a pack animal. They hunt as a pack and that allows a group of 100 pound wolves to take down an 600 pound or larger animal. Although they hunt for large hoofed animals they will also eat smaller animals like rabbits.
The Food Web
The Wolf is at the top of it's food web. It doesn't have any natural enemies. The gray wolf is important because it keeps the food web in check. Without the wolf, other animals would become overpopulated.
There are many other creatures that share the habitat with the gray wolf. One of those creatures is elk. Wolves prey on elk. Another animal that shares the wolves habitat is rabbits. Rabbits are another one of the animals that wolves prey on.