Tell the FWS: Protect Red Wolves

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service contributed to one of the most remarkable conservation victories of the last century in restoring red wolves to their natural habitat after their functional extinction in the wild. But after changes to FWS management strategies, that incredible success dissolved into near tragedy as wolf numbers dwindled away again. Today, with only a few dozen red wolves left, it's clear that management practices must return to the tried-and-true techniques that helped them recover the first time. I urge you to use the breadth of your experience and the best possible science in designing your final red wolf management plan.