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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a new rule for the endangered red wolf. Among other things, it would reduce the recovery area for the only wild population of red wolves in the world from 1.7 million acres across five counties to 204,000 acres of public lands. You can learn more from their press release here.  

YOU have until July 30th to provide your comments about this proposed rule. Since 2011 we, WildSides, have been filming about the red wolf and with people on all sides of the red wolf issue. So we feel it’s important to share what we can, as quickly as we can, in order to provide you with as much depth as possible. Each week during the public comment period, we will give you more content and more stories. Join us on this important adventure...

Let's go "Down East"!

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Here's a little red wolf history for you...

This short video is a scene from our award-winning film, Staring Down Fate. Learn about the film at www.StaringDownFate.com. You can watch it now through Vimeo On Demand on your streaming device or online by clicking here.

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Enter the Red Wolf Recovery Area...What's It Like Down East?

July 10, 2018 public hearing

This is the July 10, 2018 public hearing held by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service regarding their new proposed rule for the only wild population of endangered red wolves in the world, located in northeastern North Carolina. We filmed and recorded so people everywhere who were unable to attend the meeting can watch and listen during the public comment period. NOTE: This is raw video (not even fully rendered because it would take longer than we want). We just wanted everyone to have access as quickly as possible. We also scaled it down from full HD to 720p to make the upload faster, use less storage and make viewing quicker/easier.

The first sign that success could be possible...The First to Survive.

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How biologists use trapping to care for wild red wolves.

This short video is a scene from our award-winning film, Staring Down Fate. You can watch it now through Vimeo On Demand on your streaming device or online by clicking here.

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