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Red wolves are on the brink of extinction! I would be so sad to see this beautiful and gentile creature leave our planet!

Red wolves are on the brink of extinction! I would be so sad to see this beautiful and gentile creature leave our planet!

Red wolves communicate through body language, scent marking, and a series of vocalizations. These include the characteristic howl, along with a series of barks, growling and yaps. The red wolf’s howl sounds somewhat similar to a coyote’s, but is often lower pitched and lasts longer.

Red wolves communicate through body language, scent marking, and a series of vocalizations. These include the characteristic howl, along with a series of barks, growling and yaps. The red wolf’s howl sounds somewhat similar to a coyote’s, but is often lower pitched and lasts longer.

Red Wolf Recovery Program.   follow us in your vehicle as we lead you on the Wildlife Drive to look for bears and other wildlife. Participants will return in time for the Red Wolf Howling.

Red Wolf Recovery Program. follow us in your vehicle as we lead you on the Wildlife Drive to look for bears and other wildlife. Participants will return in time for the Red Wolf Howling.

The red wolf is known to hunt mainly at dusk and/or dawn.  They feed mostly on small to medium animals such as grouse, raccoons, rabbits, hares, rodents, carrion and domestic  		livestock.  They also prey on young white-tailed deer when available.  Other than prarie chickens, the red wolf very seldom feeds on birds.

The red wolf is known to hunt mainly at dusk and/or dawn. They feed mostly on small to medium animals such as grouse, raccoons, rabbits, hares, rodents, carrion and domestic livestock. They also prey on young white-tailed deer when available. Other than prarie chickens, the red wolf very seldom feeds on birds.

Red Wolf Facts | The red wolf is a smaller and a more slender cousin of the gray wolf ...

Red Wolf Facts | The red wolf is a smaller and a more slender cousin of the gray wolf ...

Northeastern North Carolina (US) is home to the world’s only wild population of red wolves. The endangered red wolf is present in portions of Dare, Tyrrell, Hyde, Washington, and Beaufort Counties.

Northeastern North Carolina (US) is home to the world’s only wild population of red wolves. The endangered red wolf is present in portions of Dare, Tyrrell, Hyde, Washington, and Beaufort Counties.

The red wolf is one of the world's most endangered canids. Once common throughout the eastern and southcentral United States, red wolf populations were decimated by the early part of the 20th Century as a result of intensive predator control programs and the degradation and alteration of the species' habitat. The red wolf was designated an endangered species in 1967.

The red wolf is one of the world's most endangered canids. Once common throughout the eastern and southcentral United States, red wolf populations were decimated by the early part of the 20th Century as a result of intensive predator control programs and the degradation and alteration of the species' habitat. The red wolf was designated an endangered species in 1967.

Red wolf at Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant. Photo credit theirs.

Red wolf at Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant. Photo credit theirs.

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