Join Hunters as they hunt some of the prey that red wolves hunt. Those prey animals may change their behavior due to the presence of the red wolf. But is there enough prey to go around?
Meet some of the red wolves, hear their stories, and investigate and debate how population numbers have dwindled.
Tag along with trappers while they hunt many of the same animals red wolves want.
Organizations like the Red Wolf Coalition, Animal Welfare Institute and Defenders of Wildlife have become the voice for red wolves in the wild.
"we still sympathize with the people that have smaller tracts of land that can't keep the predation down from the other predators." Learn why some landowners are OK with red wolves and others are not.
Join the biologists to see how they tracked, trapped and released red wolves throughout the years.
Small business owners and hunting guides depend on hunting tourism for income.
Some trappers and hunters also believe red wolves have a place in the overall ecosystem. Some believe red wolves might make deer herds stronger by targeting the weak animals.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission represents the state in managing federally listed species under the Endangered Species Act.
The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) helps conservation groups fight for the protection of red wolves in the court of law.