Teaching about America's red wolf.
Advocating for red wolf conservation.
The red wolf is special. This unique species evolved in America and was the Southeast's top predator for thousands of years before settlers from Europe arrived on the continent.
The Red Wolf Coalition is the only conservation organization whose mission focuses exclusively on restoring red wolves in the Southeast and on engaging the public in active stewardship of these critically endangered animals.
We are grateful for your support of our vital work as conservation leaders for this imperiled species.
HOW WILL YOUR DONATIONS BE USED TO HELP RED WOLVES?
~ We will work with local landowners and stakeholders in the red wolf recovery region and with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to grow the wild population of red wolves;
~ We will expand our education and outreach programs, and we will assist zoos and wildlife centers associated with the Red Wolf Species Survival Captive Breeding Plan in delivering their education programs;
~ We will purchase and install more state-of-the-art technology to enhance our free long-distance learning programs for classrooms and community groups throughout the United States;
~ We will continue to award annual scholarships to college-bound students in rural northeastern North Carolina, the only home of wild red wolves.
Our promise to the red wolf is that we will work to ensure that this iconic species thrives in portions of its historical range in the Southeast. We are counting on you to help us fulfill that promise.
Last, but not least—please be sure to share the Red Wolf Coalition's news and work on behalf of red wolves with your friends.
MISSION: The Red Wolf Coalition advocates for the survival of red wolf populations by teaching about the red wolf and by fostering public involvement in red wolf conservation.
Media Gallery: Museum of Life and Science (Durham, NC), Melissa McGaw, Becky Harrison, Kim Wheeler, Ryan Nordsven, Greg Dodge, Becky Harrison, Robert Wilcox, USFWS, Kim Wheeler, Kim Wheeler, Melissa McGaw
Banner Photo: Greg Dodge, Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC; About Us Photo: Kim Wheeler