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"The face of the wolf is one of the extraordinary masks of being - a triangle in a circle. . .a forest visage. . .The bilateral symmetry of a wolf's face comprises one of those rare, finished images of creation, something that could be improved no further." Christopher Camuto - Another Country (Photo: Jeremy Hooper, Chattanooga Arboretum and Nature Center)

Red wolf at Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan Participant, photo credit theirs.

Red wolf at the Endangered Wolf Center, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant. Photo credit theirs..

Red wolf at Endangered Wolf Center, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant. Photo credit theirs.

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.

Don't forget to vote today, tomorrow and Tuesday! PHOTO: "Intense" by Valerie Abbott, North Carolina Zoo

Red wolf at Mill Mountain Zoo, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant.  Photo credit theirs.

Red wolf at Mill Mountain Zoo, a Red Wolf Species Survival Plan participant. Photo credit theirs.

"When I visit the woods on the farm I grew up on, I re-acquaint myself with the five giant oaks that were my confidants. Knowing they are well over two hundred years old, I can just visualize that at some time they were scent marked by wolves. They have such great spreading canopies, so I know they did not grow and mature in a woods. I kneel down and still can breathe in the aroma of oak and wolf. And the creek goes laughing by, heading for our woods." Jerry Sanders Photo: Becky Harrison

Fish & Wildlife Service is considering the future of the Red Wolf Recovery Program. With less than 120 red wolves remaining in the wild, it is critical that this program continue.

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

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

Please promise yourself and your red wolf community that you will double-down on your commitment as a red wolf advocate.

In memory of Red Wolf M1414, Museum of Life and Science, Durham, North Carolina

In memory of Red Wolf M1414, Museum of Life and Science, Durham, North Carolina

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.

Fewer Than 100 Red Wolves Exist, and Now They’re Being Killed

Fewer Than 100 Red Wolves Exist, And Now They're Being Killed

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