Category Archives: Red Wolves

Are red wolves on the brink of extinction? According to experts, yes. WNYC Radio, along with science and nature writer DeLene Beeland, investigates the challenges facing red wolf recovery. One of the most dangerous threats to critically endangered red wolves, … Continue reading

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BREAKING! This handsome fella (M1606, also known as “Jack”) was spotted in a copulatory tie with F2121 (“Charlotte”) this morning! She was probably taken in by his amber eyes, striking features, and genetic value to the red wolf species. his … Continue reading

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With only 28 know red wolves remaining in the wild, these two beauties could be the last you see. The red wolf is an American icon that makes our country’s wild lands whole and healthy. It’s one of the few … Continue reading

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