Declare the Red Wolf EXTINCT?

That’s what some Senators are directing USFWS to do in a report released Tuesday. To “… end the Red Wolf recovery program and declare the Red Wolf extinct.”

Due to the Service’s neglect and inaction over the past few years, red wolves are already facing extinction with only an estimated 30-35 remaining in the wild.


USFWS, the very agency charged by federal law with protecting endangered species, needs to recommit to red wolf recovery in the wild. Urge your Senators to give red wolves a fighting chance!

Read the Senate report directing feds to abandon red wolf recovery.  (page 17)

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Of the more than 100,000 comments submitted to the USFWS on the Mexican Wolf Draft Recovery Plan, more than 99% were in support of recovery!

“Every voice raised in support of wildlife can make a difference and Americans overwhelmingly support Mexican wolf recovery,” said Maggie Howell, Executive Director of the Wolf Conservation Center. “We’re counting on USFWS to take notice and follow the best available science to ensure that the world’s most endangered gray wolves remain a living, breathing part of the southwestern landscape.”

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The British Columbia government admits its killing of wolves is inhumane, yet plans to continue its killing campaign to protect dwindling numbers of caribou.

Wolves are not the problem. They are social animals which are integral to ecosystem function.

People are the ultimate cause of caribou endangerment through the decades of ongoing destruction and fragmentation of their habitat by logging, resource extraction, and motorized recreation.

Are B.C. wolves are paying the ultimate price for govt negligence and inaction?


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