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Wolf Statues, Sculptures and Figurines

The wolf is possibly one of the most intriguing creatures known to inspire much of the native American culture and many others all across the world. Their howl and the manner in which they collaborate as a pack make them a favorite for many of the naturalists to study. Here, our range of wolf statues and sculptures including tabletop resin wolf figurines for the den or lodge as well as large to life size bronze wolf sculptures to inspire the home or garden decor seeking a love of the wildlife theme.


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Wolf Puppy with Mother Figurine
Gray Wolf and Pup Statue
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Gray Wolf and Pup Statue
The charm of the gray wolf mother and child bondage is featured here in this charming wolf figurine. Hand finished. Resin.
Sitting Gray Wolf Figurine
Sitting Gray Wolf Statue
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Sitting Gray Wolf Statue
The look of the wild in this young gray wolf is captured in this sitting gray wolf figurine. Crafted with realistic finish. Resin.
Gray Wolf Puppies In Log
Gray Wolf Pups Under Log
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Gray Wolf Pups Under Log
Our gray wolf puppies are all huddled under the protection in a log and eager for a game of play. A realistic piece!
Resting Wolf Figurine
Resting Wolf Figurine
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Resting Wolf Figurine
Created with a realistic look, our wolf figurine adds a log theme for the home or desk. Resin.
Lying Wolf Garden Statue
Large Gray Wolf Statue - Lying
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Large Gray Wolf Statue - Lying
Our lying gray wolf sculpture comes very life like and with a realistic finish that is hard to ignore. Crafted of designer grade resin.
Bronze Wolf Sculpture
Bronze Wolf Sculpture
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Bronze Wolf Sculpture
Add a wildlife theme with this bronze tabletop wolf sculpture and figurine. Bronze on marble base.
Life Size Wolf Garden Statue
Life Size Wolf Garden Statue
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Life Size Wolf Garden Statue
Add a touch of the lodge decor with our distinctive life size wolf statue. Crafted of designer grade resin. Based on the gray wolf, the wolf sculpture will surely raise an interest.
Bronze Mother Wolf with Pup Sculpture
Bronze Mother Wolf with Pup Sculpture
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Bronze Mother Wolf with Pup Sculpture
Even the wildlife shares moments of love as exhibited by this lovely sculpture of a wolf and its child. Bronze.
Frightened Wolf Sculpture
Large Frightened Wolf Sculpture
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Large Frightened Wolf Sculpture
The wolf is not always fierce. In the face of danger, another face of the wolf will emerge. Bronze.
Large Bronze Wolf Sculpture
Large Freedom Wolf Sculpture - Bronze
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Large Freedom Wolf Sculpture - Bronze
Accent with a theme of the wildlife with our life size wolf sculpture created from bronze. Hand finished.
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Why the Wolf Will Always Amaze Us

Many people often associate wolves as “dogs” and the fact is wolves do share a relationship with dogs. They are the closest relatives to dogs but they are the largest members of the dog family. Records indicate that dogs possibly evolved from wolf populations which have gone extinct during the time of the Last Glacial Maximum. For the record, the Last Glacial Maximum was the last period in the earth’s climate history when ice sheets were at their greatest extension.

So, what is it that attracts our attention when we think about the wolf? Most of us remember the wolf several ways including the sound of its spine-tingling howl. When the wolf howls, it almost shatters the quietness of the wilderness and the sound of the howl can reach miles away. It is the way that the lone wolf may sound to attract the members of its pack to its rescue. In some situations, the sound of the wolves may reach a different pitch. This can happen when two wolf packs threaten the other with their howls in a move to protect their territory. When threatened by another pack, wolves may sound off a communal howl to an invading pack to keep away from their territory.

The Gray Wolf

One of the common wolf species is the gray wolf. Members of the gray wolf oftentimes travel in average packs of about 5-11 members and may include the wolf couple and their young. Occasionally, some wolf packs can reach about 40 members and will include other adult male and female wolves. It is rare that wolves allow another to enter their pack. Most often, they typically kill any wolf that tries to enter their pack but are kinder to young wolf pups which are lost. However, it is known that wolves may allow an adult wolf to enter the pack if it means replacing a dead wolf member. In all, the gray wolf is a social animal and the mated wolf pair will produce young pups every year. The older wolves will guard and train their young until the offspring are able to leave the pack after 1-4 years. The reasons for leaving often time arises because of the need to search for food and sexual maturity.

Wolves are known to travel great distances stretching for miles. While the young may stay in the care of their parents, adult wolves may leave the pack and travel for distances of up to 400 miles.

Territorial

Wolves typically travel in packs and rarely share their pack with members from another pack. This however can change in the events of migration where different wolf packs may join together to combat a certain situation plaguing their packs such as food shortages or weather. Sometimes the threat of man’s encroachment on their land may also force wolves to relocate.

However, wolves are known to be territorial animals and oftentimes set up control over large territories to expand their control over prey which include large prey like the deer, elk and the moose. They will fight to death if their territory is threatened by other wolf packs. In general, wolves mark their territory by a series of scent marking which includes urination and ground scratching, attacks and communal howling. Wolves can express their aggression to maintain territory by spraying their urine scent every 200 plus meters of land. The scent are known to stay for about 2-3 weeks on places like regular pathways, near rocks and trees and sometimes on the skeletons of large animals they would have feasted on. They travel in packs constantly in search of prey but will avoid hunting in the borders of their territory for fear of meeting other unfriendly wolf packs. However, when reasons make it difficult to remain in their territory, wolves will leave during times of severe food shortage.

While man may fear the wolf, it is rare that wolves have been known to attack humans. However, they will attack domestic animals and because of this, wolves have met their demise at the hands of man this way. Because of the threat of human encroachment, there are fewer gray wolves in Europe today although conservation efforts have helped protect breeds in much of Alaska, Canada and Asia.

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