Posts Categorized: Red Wolf

Red wolf, © B. Bartel/USFWS

Going, Going….Gone? »

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has all but abandoned red wolves in North Carolina. This means certain extinction in the wild for a critically endangered wolf species that exists in the wild nowhere else on the planet.

Red Wolf, ©USFWS/John and Karen Hollingsworth-Red Wolf-North Carolina

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

We’re Calling on the Service to Do More For Red Wolves;Wildfires Have Now Scorched 8 Million Acres Across the U.S; Conservationists Tell Washington Wildlife Officials Not to Issue Kill Order for Huckleberry Pack; Defenders of Wildlife Alaska Program Director Karla Dutton attended the Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience (GLACIER) on Monday

Mexican gray wolf, © Jim Clark/USFWS

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Activists Say “No” To Mexican Gray Wolf Extinction Bill; Washington Wildlife Officials Put Coexistence First; Tightened Restrictions on Bobcat Trapping Will Protect Imperiled Lynx and Wolverines; New National Monument Will Be Safe Haven for Countless California Species; Is the U.S. abandoning red wolves?

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Population Surpasses 100 Animals; It’s Official: Oregon’s Wolf Population Improving; Tell Fish and Wildlife Service Not to Abandon Red Wolf Recovery!