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You’re Invited! Attend the Red Wolf Webinar on Tuesday July 2

Want to learn more about red wolves—and an exciting opportunity to protect them? Join us Tuesday, July 2, at 1pm ET for a free webinar: Building a Future for Endangered Red Wolves

Red wolves are the world’s most endangered canines, with fewer than 25 left in the wild. In just the past year, five were killed by vehicle strikes along or near Highway 64 in eastern North Carolina, which passes through the heart of red wolf habitat. The Center and the Wildlands Network have launched a campaign to secure a safer future for red wolves by building wildlife crossings. The campaign envisions wildlife crossings that would connect habitat in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, which lies on both sides of U.S. highway 64. 

We hope you’ll join us for a special webinar Tuesday, July 2, to learn more about this important campaign. You’ll hear from experts from several groups — including the Center’s Southeast Director and Senior Scientist Will Harlan, Wildlands Network’s Chief Scientist Dr. Ron Sutherland, the Wolf Conservation Center’s Senior Research Scientist Dr. Joey Hinton, and National Parks Conservation Association’s Southern Appalachian Director Jeff Hunter.

RSVP at www.BiologicalDiversity.org/RedWolfWebinar

Tuesday, July 2nd 

10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET

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