Feds announce plan to release nine endangered red wolves just west of Outer Banks

From OBXToday.com:

Partners, stakeholders, and residents from the local eastern North Carolina community joined the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for an informational meeting and listening session focused on plans regarding a recent transfer and upcoming court-ordered release of nine red wolves into the wild on the mainland of eastern N.C.

Red wolves, which are native to the southeastern United States, have dwindled to only a handful in the wild scattered across parts of Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell, Washington and Beaufort counties.

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