Public comment open on red wolves’ future until July 24, 2017, in North Carolina

From the Smoky Mountain News in Waynesville, North Carolina:

The future of the world’s only remaining wild red wolf population will be decided following a public comment period ending July 24.

Earlier this month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service held two public hearings on the matter in the eastern part of the state, where the red wolves live in a five-county area. 

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