Outdoors, wolf spiders are found in a variety of habitats, but they are most common in grasslands, meadows, and fields. They can also be found beneath stones or other items. To help keep them away, limit the amount of ground-covering vegetation near your home. Keep them outdoors by sealing up cracks and holes in the outside of the house. Make sure there are tight-fitting screens on all attic and foundation vents. Also, seal around all pipe lines.
Wolf spiders do not build webs. They hide under rocks or other objects when they are not hunting. Some species even burrow into the soil. The egg sacs of wolf spiders are attached to the spinnerets, or structures that produce silk, at the end of the abdomen. After hatching, the young spiderlings continue to ride on their mother until partially grown.