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Red wolfIssue no. 929, April 26, 2018

The Race to Save Red Wolves

Read about a just-released federal report saying there are only 40 wild red wolves left in North Carolina — and their population could go extinct in eight years. Also in this issue: tricolored blackbirds get a reprieve, a win against auto pollution, a way you can help fight Wildlife Services' animal killings, and much more. Don't miss our "Wild & Weird" video of a wolverine wolfing down.



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