Washington: Report: 20,000 Square Miles of Red Wolf Habitat Is Open for Urgently Needed Reintroductions

A report, released today by the Center for Biological Diversity, identifies suitable public lands in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia as habitat for the critically endangered native red wolf.  Together the five sites could support nearly 500 breeding pairs.  Today’s report urges the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to take steps immediately to return red wolves to these areas before they go extinct in the wild.


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