Category Archives: Red Wolves

Rediscovering species once thought to be extinct or on the edge of extinction is rare. Red wolves have been extinct along the American Gulf Coast since 1980, with their last populations found in coastal Louisiana and Texas. But in a … Continue reading

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With just 24 critically endangered red wolves remaining in the wild, the red wolf is already dangerously close to extinction. We’re facing an irrevocable loss and it’s happening quickly right under our noses. Yet earlier today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife … Continue reading

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What better way to promote red wolf recovery than by working with organizations that have a vested interest in safeguarding these critically endangered animals? The Wolf Conservation Center was proud to join representatives from Defenders of Wildlife, Red Wolf Coalition, Museum of Life and Science, Wildlands … Continue reading

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