From The Post and Courier:
The South’s last wild red wolf population is on the verge of collapse.
Just over a year ago, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced plans to shrink the Red Wolf Recovery Area in North Carolina by nearly 90 percent. This would, according to scientists, result in the extinction of the red wolf in the wild. FWS recently released a five-year status review that seems to reaffirm this plan.