Wolves in Montana can be a light gray, dark gray, or even black. Full grown wolves are about 2.5 feet tall and 6 feet long. Wolf tracks are about 5 inches long by about 4 inches wide, with 4 toes and claws in an oval shape. Wolf scat ranges from a half to one and half inches in diameter, but is usually greater than an inch. Wolf scat will generally taper to one point and usually contains hair and bone fragments.
- Gray wolves are built for travel with narrow bodies, long legs and large feet;
- They can easily cover 10-20 miles in a day;
- Montana wolves can be either gray or black, and sometimes white;
- Montana wolves weigh 70-120 pounds and have a blocky square head;
- Coyotes weigh 25-40 pounds and have a narrow, triangular shaped head.