Despite efforts to reestablish red wolves, recent politically-fueled attacks and popular misconceptions have largely undone recovery efforts and they are once again facing extinction with less than 45 red wolves.
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We’re proud to announce our success stories of 2014, all of which wouldn’t have been possible without your dedication and support.
Wolves on the Move in Oregon; Another Mexican Gray Wolf Found Dead in Arizona – Poaching Likely; We’re Almost There! Combatting Anti-Wolf Propaganda in Washington; Public Comment Period Open on Rule Designating the Red Wolf as a State-Listed Threatened Species and Setting New Rules on Coyote Hunting in Red Wolf Reintroduction Area
Alpha Female of Huckleberry Pack Killed by Washington Wildlife Officials; Service Reviews Red Wolf Recovery Program and Could Terminate Depending on Results; New Mexico Game Commission Votes to Table an Anti-Wolf Measure for Further Study!
It’s a good week for wolves, especially red wolves in North Carolina. With only about 100 left in the wild, red wolves need all the protection they can get to stave off extinction. That is why Defenders and our partners have been fighting to maintain legal protections for the last remaining wolves in the American east. And, this week, we took a step toward achieving that goal!