Re: Wolf Carcass
The best comparable I have are coyote carcasses, a buddy who traps. After the skinning the carcass goes off to the 'carcass pile', which is an open pole line on his own property. He throws other carcasses there too. They ALL get eaten up.
Crows are not at all picky about what they eat, especially when food gets scarce, eagles too. Then there is a host of other scavengers, some 4 footed. The bones are picked clean over time, of course the beaver, muskrats & the like go 1st, but they all go.
So go shoot one, save the hide & skull & let nature recycle the rest. It's best to dispose of the carcass on private land with landowner permission.