These are challenging times for us all. Covid 19 has changed some aspects of our work, but our job remains the same - to promote red wolf restoration in the wild through education, outreach and research.
Our education and outreach have moved from in-person events to virtual presentations such as webinars and Zoom programs with schools and community groups. Additionally, we are a strong political voice for the red wolf as we work through the legal system to hold policymakers accountable under the Endangered Species Act.
Long-term fiscal security is crucial if we are to continue the essential work of building partnerships with community groups, stakeholders, Red Wolf Species Survival Plan zoos and nature centers, policy makers and other conservation groups.
Please show your support for American red wolf conservation by making a contribution to the recovery of this rare and special species, the most endangered canid in the world.
PHOTOS by Robert James, Robert Wilcox, Greg Dodge, Rebecca Bartel Harrison and the Museum of Life and Science, Durham, North Carolina