Save Red Wolves From Extinction!

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Just a few years ago the last remaining Red Wolves in Eastern North Carolina were at a population of about 100, now after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service caved to pressure, private landowners are allowed to kill Red Wolves on their property. The remaining Wild population is 18. You read that right, only 18 Wild Red Wolves exist on this planet.

It was recently decided that Red Wolves are a distinct species and must be protected under the Endangered Species Act. Don't let this beautiful Wolf die out, together we will use this newfound information to make the FWS recommit to the recovery of the Red Wolf before it's too late.