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Hoping red wolf M1804, aka “Thicket,” and his family are staying safe in the path of Hurricane Irma. Born at the Wolf Conservation Center, today Thicket lives in the wild with mate and yearlings (photo) on St. Marks and St. … Continue reading

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What’s a healthy young red wolf to do to help perpetuate his critically endangered species? Fly to Florida to find a romantic partner, of course. Back in 2013, red wolf M1804, a.k.a. “Thicket,” flew from the Wolf Conservation Center to … Continue reading

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Imagine being flown for free to a sunny Florida island for the express purpose of hitting it off with the only other member of your species present so that you could make babies. Wolf Conservation Center curator Rebecca Bose found … Continue reading

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