Month: December 2016

Petition Filed With USFWS Seeking Updated Recovery Plan for Red Wolf

December 8, 2016

With Only 45 Remaining in North Carolina, New Plan Would Save Wild Population WASHINGTON— The Wolf Conservation Center joined six other animal protection and conservation organizations to file a petition today with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking an updated recovery plan for the rapidly dwindling population of wild red wolves. The recovery plan…

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For this Mexican Wolf Pup, Happiness is Finding the Perfect Stick in a Pile of Leaves

December 4, 2016

Beyond being cute, 7-month-old Mexican gray wolf f1505 (a.k.a. Trumpet) represents the Wolf Conservation Center‘s active participation to save a species from the brink of extinction. Learn more about critically endangered lobos and our efforts to save them here.

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New Endangered Red Wolf Joins Wolf Conservation Center Family

December 2, 2016

Meet red wolf F1568, a.k.a. “Argo!” The beautiful female arrived at the Wolf Conservation Center last month from Mill Mountain Zoo in Roanoke, VA. Beyond being beautiful, F1568 represents the WCC’s active participation in an effort to save a species from extinction. The WCC is one of 45 facilities in the U.S. participating in the…

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