America’s Red Wolves
Red wolves are the most endangered wild animals in the United States? Yep. And the most endangered wolf in the entire world!
Yet many folks have never heard of them. We didn’t know they existed until meeting some newborn wolf pups at the NC Zoo. It was love at first sight. Now we want everyone to learn about them and help save them from extinction.
And just where do they live wild? In Eastern North Carolina which is also home to the densest population of black bears found on our planet. How very cool!
Want free photos? Check out our Red Wolf Gallery
Learn more about red wolves
Check out our Red Wolf: Animal Fun Facts.
Or read one of our blogs on red wolves:
Watch a film to see red wolves in action
Check out these films on red wolves.
When 5 super talented women get together to create a film, you know it will be good. The film explores the need for wildlife corridors to protect America’s red wolf in eastern North Carolina.
This film aims to dispel the harmful myths that have caused the American red wolf population to decline rapidly and educate how essential the wolves are to keeping our ecosystem healthy and well-balanced.
A film created by Wildlands Network describes the positive impact red wolves have on deer and quail populations. And if you watch until the end, you will hear wild wolves howling!
How can you help?
Make a difference for red wolves and all underdog species!
Donate to a red wolf conservation organization (including us!). Check out some of our Wildlife Partners.
Volunteer your time. Many nonprofits need help with everything from IT, writing copy, accounting, monitoring news articles, etc. Just call them up or email us at [email protected] for some ideas.
Share stories about red wolves on social media. Tell all your friends about this wondrous critically endangered animal.
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