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New research published today in Royal Society Open Science quantifies range contractions of 25 large carnivore species. The analysis reveals that the carnivores that have experienced the greatest range contractions include the red wolf (greater than 99%), Ethiopian wolf (99%), … Continue reading

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Two years ago today on May 2, 2015, five critically endangered red wolves were born – all of them beautiful and each one a valuable contribution to the recovery of his and her rare and at-risk species. Today a new … Continue reading

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This is the first year red wolf F1568 (affectionately nicknamed “Argo”) has celebrated a birthday at the Wolf Conservation Center; she’s a relatively new member of the WCC family arriving in December of 2016. She resides off-exhibit in one of … Continue reading

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