Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme
A comprehensive website for the wolf, providing history, news, and updates on the species status.
Oxford University's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit
Read a brief description of the species and link to press releases and other websites, including the IUCN's Canid Specialist Group.
Gottelli, Dada, and Sillero-Zurbiri, Claudio. "Highland Gods, but for How Long?" Wildlife Conservation (July/August, 1994), 44-53.
Gottelli, Dada, and others. "Molecular Genetics of the Most Endangered Canid: The Ethiopian Wolf Canis Simensis." Molecular Ecology (January 1994), 301-12.
Kingdon, Jonathan. The Kingdon Field Guide to African Mammals. Academic Press, 1997.
Eastcott, John."Dance of Death." National Geographic (May 2005), 98-111.
Holland, Jennifer S. "The Wolf Effect." National Geographic (October 2004).
Lange, Karen E. "The Evolution of Dogs: Wolf to Woof." National Geographic (January 2002), 2-11.
Chadwick, Douglas H. "Return of the Gray Wolf." One Whole Day: Wolves. National Geographic Books, 2001.
Holland, Jennifer S. National Geographic (May 1998), 72-99.
Mech, L. David. "At Home With the Arctic Wolf." National Geographic (May 1997), 562-93.