Red Wolves F1397, M1803, and M1804
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Red wolf F1397 called the North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro, NC before she joining the WCC family in the fall of 2009. Shortly after her arrival she was introduced to her soon to be mate, M1483, who had himself had just arrived to the WCC from was the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma, WA.
During their time together, the pair was hands down our most popular wolf couple at the WCC. Tens of thousands of WCC supporters have been entertained by the secret lives of this elusive family via our Wildearthtv webcam.
During early March of 2010, webcam watchers were treated to some VERY encouraging romantic behavior between the pair! The lupine lovers carried on for a couple of days giving the thousands of peeping toms some hope that pups are on the way and on May 6, 2010 our wishes came true. M1803 and M1804, their two sons, are the first and only red wolf pups born at the WCC. The boys currently live with their mother, F1397, in the WCC’s Red Wolf Exhibit. Although very elusive, they help visitors gain a better understanding of the importance of the Red Wolf Recovery Program.