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Fewer than 30 Remain in the Wild Mother’s Day came early this year at the Wolf Conservation Center! Red wolf F2121 (affectionately nicknamed Charlotte) gave birth to four pups during the afternoon of April 19 and were followed by six … Continue reading

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Birthdays abound! Wolves are mono-estrus, breeding only once a year during the winter months. So springtime is birthday season! Today we celebrate the big eight for red wolf M1784, a.k.a. Sam! M1784 recently transferred to the Wolf Conservation Center from the Museum of … Continue reading

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Pregnancy can be an exciting and magical time for parents but waiting can be excruciating for well-wishers! No pups yet for red wolves F1858 and M1784, but F1858 recently plucked the hair from her big belly – a custom for … Continue reading

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