and by fostering public involvement in red wolf conservation.
RWC Action Alert: Updated 12 September 2014
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Red Wolf Recovery Program is currently undergoing a 60-day review, which is to be completed by 10 October 2014. As of 12 September, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is gathering public perspective and opinion via email. The future of the Recovery Program will depend to a significant degree on public input, and the red wolves are depending on YOU to be their voice. Semd an email message to the Red Wolf Recovery Program at email@example.com. Please remember that positive comments get more attention than negative ones! Also, please be sure to send your email message by the end of business on 26 September 2014.
You may also review the entire U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service press release at
Red Wolf Coalition Headlines
- Joplin “Globe” Looks at Red Wolves (9/10/2014) - The Joplin, MO Globe looks at red wolves over the years and also profiles the Endangered Wolf Center in Once at home in Ozarks, fate of red wolf uncertain. … Continue reading
- Chicago Tribune Addresses Red Wolf Conservation (8/25/2014) - Proving once again that red wolf conservation is not “just a North Carolina issue,” the Chicago Tribune recently published “Endangered Red Wolves Face Uncertain Future.” See the video story at http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chinews-endangered-red-wolves-face-u-20140822-embeddedvideo.html … Continue reading
- Red Wolves in “National Wildlife” Magazine (8/13/2014) - National Wildlife, the official online publication of the National Wildlife Federation, has published “Saving the Red Wolf.” The article provides a good overview of the efforts to conserve red wolves and the threats they face in their only wild habitat … Continue reading