and by fostering public involvement in red wolf conservation.
MORE LOVE AND SUPPORT FOR THE REDS!
Wear for Wild (wearforwild.com) was created to raise money for wildlife conservation organizations through the sales of its products. The Wear for Wild mission is to support wildlife conservation and raise awareness for endangered species.
Wear for Wild recently added Red Wolf Coalition to the list of organizations it supports. Other organizations include:
- Save the Manatee Club
- International Rhino Foundation
- The Orangutan Project
- Orca Conservancy
There are three pages of red wolf wearables, phone covers, mugs and other unique items featured on the Wear for Wild website:
AND LOOK AT THIS! 100% of net profits from items purchased from this collection are donated to the Red Wolf Coalition!
Finally, check out Wear for Wild’s FaceBook page. You will see the Red Wolf Coalition’s FaceBook posts being shared, which means that news and updates about red wolves reach yet another audience.
As always, thanks for supporting the Coalition and the red wolf!
Other Red Wolf Coalition Headlines…
- Court Blocks USFWS Actions Capturing and Killing Wild Red Wolves (9/29/2016) - The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina issued a preliminary injunction that orders the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to stop capturing and killing—and authorizing private landowners to capture and kill—members of the rapidly dwindling population … Continue reading
- Hearings Begin in Red Wolf Litigation (9/19/2016) - The court fight to protect the world’s only population of wild red wolves continued in Raleigh, NC with a hearing on September 14, 2016. Learn more about the case here: Conservationists ask judge to curb red wolf removals … Continue reading
- Strong Reactions to USFWS Red Wolf Propsal (9/19/2016) - Red wolf supporters and advocates have reacted strongly to the recent proposal by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) regarding the future of red wolves. We encourage red wolf supporters to gear up for a long and focused effort over … Continue reading