The Wolf Pack Post – A Monthly Newsletter From The WCC (March 2023)

March 1, 2024

Breeding Season Is Upon Us As we delve deeper into the heart of breeding season, our wolves are embracing the dance of courtship and the promise of new beginnings. Here…

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Red wolf Recovery Updates: A Precarious Balance

February 16, 2024

The red wolf’s journey through the annals of conservation is a narrative fraught with challenges and setbacks. Once roaming vast expanses of the Southeastern United States, this keystone species has…

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A Temporary Reprieve for the East Beach Pack of Galveston

October 27, 2023

Galveston, TX, with its unique landscapes and ecosystems, has been home to a pack of canids that not only tell a story of survival but also of the crucial role…

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In the Shadow of the Red Wolf: North Carolina’s Dance Between Conservation and Contention

September 20, 2023

In the aftermath of Red Wolf Week, we thought it might be useful to break down the current wins and contentious issues surrounding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)…

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Over 150,000 Voices Urge Biden Administration to Completely Reinstate the ESA

August 21, 2023

The rallying cry for the protection of endangered species has never been louder. Over 150,000 concerned citizens, from every corner of the nation, have implored the U.S. Fish and Wildlife…

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A New Chapter for the Red Wolf: Historic Settlement Leads to Renewed Conservation Efforts

August 9, 2023

The red wolf, a symbol of the wild, has fought back from the brink of extinction not once but twice, with human intervention playing both savior and hindrance in its…

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A New Ray of Hope: Second Consecutive Birth of Red Wolf Pups in the Wild

May 17, 2023

While there’s been plenty of concerning news for wolves the last few weeks, we couldn’t be more thrilled to share the wonderful news of the birth of five red wolf…

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USFWS to Host Public Meetings on Red Wolf Recovery Program

April 14, 2023

The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) will be hosting both an in-person and a virtual public meeting on May 9th and 10th, 2023, respectively. The meetings are intended to…

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WCC Researcher Talks Red Wolves and AI at NJIT Conference

April 6, 2023

The New Jersey Institute of Technology hosted an event last week called “Women Designing the Future: Artificial Intelligence/Real Human Lives,” which focused on the ways that AI is shaping our…

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Winter Mating Season Packs Plenty of Promise For Future Wolves

February 6, 2023

One of the most important factors in rebuilding an endangered population is of course making sure there are more of them! While the WCC has been a vocal and visible…

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