Litter Of Critically Endangered Red Wolf Pups Born in the Wild – First Time Since 2018
A new litter of red wolf pups is bringing renewed hope to the future of the endangered species. In a Facebook post on Thursday, the Red Wolf Recovery Program announced that four female and two male red wolf pups were born in April.
The births were welcomed by animal rights advocates and mark the first time a litter of red wolves was born in the wild since 2018. "This red wolf pair was formed through the combination of several management actions and the two red wolves subsequently following their natural instincts in pairing, establishing their territory and mating," the Red Wolf Recovery Program wrote in their Facebook post on Thursday. "Every generation yields a new born hope for the red wolf … a cause for joy and celebration!"