Grey wolves are very social animals, usually traveling in packs of 5-11, but packs of up to 42 wolves have been seen. Packs are usually made up of a mating pair of wolves, and their children. Children that reach maturity will leave the pack to find a mate. Those two will then begin a brand new pack. Wolves are also very territorial. They claim large pieces of land, larger than they need to survive, and hunt for prey around their land. They will claim more depending on size of pack, density of prey, and age of pups. Wolves will mark the borders of their land, warning intruders to keep of their land. Scent markers are put every 240 meters.

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