Never Cry Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 18: Family Life Summary & Analysis

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Midway through July, Farley realizes that he hasn’t actually followed the operational orders as Ottawa had set out. Since his first task should have been to conduct a survey of the wolves as well as a census, he and Ootek strike out in the canoe fully packed with camping gear. In the weeks that follow, he and Ootek cover hundreds of miles, gathering information. The authorities had made a determination that the wolf population of Keewatin could be estimated at about thirty thousand - an average of about one wolf for every six square miles. Taking the environment (water logged areas or barren, rocky regions) in account, the density of wolves should have been about one wolf for every two square miles. The reality is much different however, and Farley revises the estimate to a more realistic population of three thousand wolves, and even that...

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