Of the greater beasts fewer but plenty—fox, and timber-wolf, and coyote, and still to-day an antelope here and there.
There were footprints in the snow, evidently the tracks of a timber-wolf.
Off to the left, among some thick bushes, he saw the lurking form of a timber-wolf.
This is a story of action and of the wide open, dominated always by the heroic figure of timber-wolf.
I myself fired at a timber-wolf on the outskirts of the homestead just a little while before your arrival.
No shot from a rifle, no mournful cry of timber-wolf could disturb the spell of nature like the jarring note of the human voice.
His teeth flashed between his snarling lips like a timber-wolf's fangs.
"That's a big gray wolf—a timber-wolf, or lofer, as he's sometimes called," replied Dale.
And at that day the timber-wolf of the Green Mountains–a long, lean, gray creature as big as a mastiff–was much to be feared.
In more remote places there are the moose and caribou; the bear, mountain-lion, lynx or wildcat, and the timber-wolf.