The gray wolf is found mostly in Canada, eastern Russia and parts of the US and Europe. They eat moose, elk, small deer, sheep and other small mammals. The gray wolf uses its excellent sense of smell and efficient sight & hearing to track its prey. Wolves live in groups called packs and communicate through howling. They work together to hunt, raise their young, and protect their territory. Wolves usually eat about 20 pounds in one meal, that?s the same as 80 hamburgers.