Red Wolf Recovery Program Under Review
July 30, 2014
Red Wolf Recovery Program under review! Emails and letters needed!
Speak up for critically endangered red wolves!
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has asked for a review of the Red Wolf Recovery Program. Having the program reviewed is good, but the NCWRC is not known to be a fan of the program, and USFWS could be receiving some very negative input that might affect their decision on whether or not to continue the program. Ending the program could spell disaster for the small, critically endangered, wild red wolf population.
Here is how you can help:
If possible, we ask that you use “snail mail” to write letters:
Red wolves need strong, positive, and respectfully-worded letters saying that the Red Wolf Recovery Program should remain a priority for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Addresses:
USFWS Director Dan Ashe, U.5. Fish & Wildlife Service, 1849 C. Street, NW, ROOM 3331 Washington, DC 20240
Southeast Regional Director, Cynthia Dohner, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 1875 Century Blvd., Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30345
Assistant Southeast Regional Director, Leopoldo Miranda, , U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 1875 Century Blvd., Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30345
If you are unable to send a letter, then please send a simple email just stating you wish the Red Wolf Recovery Program to continue to the following people:
Thank you for your support of red wolves!
(Photo credit USFWS Red Wolf Recovery Program)