The coyote, or prairie-wolf, is the slyest animal that walks on four legs.
Ike came up at this moment, and we saw that his game was no other than a prairie-wolf.
No; its repetition told us what it was—the howl of the prairie-wolf.
The Hotshanyi, or chief penitent, lived with the people of the prairie-wolf clan.
It was near seven in the evening, and the prairie-wolf within was growling “Dinner-time.”
A prairie-wolf came near the bank and barked at us; we attempted unsuccessfully to take him.
The hinny of Jeanette echoed wildly from the cliffs, and was answered by the bark and howl of the prairie-wolf.
But just as they had made a beginning a prairie-wolf rushed in, and crying out: Why all this trouble and embroidery?
Long before this time we had encountered that well-known animal of the great plains—the “prairie-wolf,”—(Lupus latrans).
Usually he is assisted in these manoeuvres by several companions—for the prairie-wolf is social, and hunts in packs.