Litter Of Critically Endangered Red Wolf Pups Born in the Wild – First Time Since 2018

To hear that some of the distinct animal species are not endangered anymore will be very pleasant.

The Red Wolf Recovery Program reported that four female and two male red wolf pups were born in April.

Animal rights activists were very excited to hear such news as it is the first time that a litter of red wolves has been born in the wild since 2018.

The newborns were discovered in the North Carolina.

“As of August 2021, there are approximately 241 red wolves in 45 SSP facilities. In the 2020-2021 breeding season, 30 breeding pairs were established and there were 23 pups in 6 litters.” the agency reported.