and by fostering public involvement in red wolf conservation.
Scientific Community Comments
on WMI Report and NCWRC Resolutions
A large group of scientists from universities and non-profits across the nation have responded to WMI’s review of the red wolf program and to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s recent anti-wolf resolutions. Those responses, along with references to the scientific literature, are available for download below. Both are critical reading for red wolf advocates.
Red Wolf Coalition Headlines
- WMI Releases Red Wolf Program Report (11/14/2014) - Wildlife Management Institute has released its report, A Comprehensive Review and Evaluation of the Red Wolf (Canis rufus) Recovery Program. This report examines the history and current status of the red wolf recovery program in northeastern North Carolina. It is … Continue reading
- Another Red Wolf Gunshot Death (9/30/2014) - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating the suspected illegal take of a radio-collared red wolf that was found dead earlier this fall. The federally protected red wolf was found with an apparent gunshot wound on Tuesday, September 30, 2014, east … Continue reading
- 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