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The red wolf is one of the most rare mammals in North America. About 100 red wolves roam their native habitat in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern North Carolina and approximately 200 comprise the Red Wolf Species … Continue reading

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Hey folks!  Welcome back the Wolf Conservation Center’s: THE MATING GAME! Yesterday we introduced you to the first of our  four breeding pairs, Mexican gray wolves M740 and F749. Each pair was given the opportunity to breed last season so … Continue reading

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Red Wolf M1394 strikes a pose It’s been just over a week since red wolf M1394 joined the Wolf Conservation Center family and so far he’s settling in nicely. Although he has yet to be formally introduced to his future … Continue reading

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A few months ago during the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan (RWSSP) annual meeting, the red wolf management group did some match making with the help of software developed for red wolf population management and soon we’ll find out if … Continue reading

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The elusive red wolf F1291 During the summer, the Species Survival Plan (SSP) management group for the red wolf determined the program’s breeding pairs for the 2012 season. Wolves are “mono-estrus” — breeding only once a year during the winter … Continue reading

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Although it’s only July, Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) staff and volunteers can’t stop thinking about the upcoming winter. Earlier this month, the Species Survival Plan (SSP) management groups for both the Mexican gray wolf and the red wolf determined the … Continue reading

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