Tag Archives: take action

In 2003, the Wolf Conservation Center received its very first red wolves through participation in the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan. That same year, a 10-year-old girl heard a red wolf howl at the WCC and it changed her life. 15 years … Continue reading

Posted in Red Wolves | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The red wolf is an American icon that makes our country’s wild lands whole and healthy. It’s one of the few large carnivore species endemic to the United States. Hunting, trapping, and habitat loss caused the initial extinction of red … Continue reading

Posted in Take Action | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Conservation groups and wildlife advocates are demanding the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) revoke the grazing permits of a rancher who knowingly trapped and killed a critically endangered Mexican gray wolf. The wolf, nicknamed Mia Tuk through a nationwide naming contest … Continue reading

Posted in Mexican Gray Wolves | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment