The future of the red wolves is at a crossroads. We have our opinions of what we'd like to happen, but it's important that YOU decide what you'd like to see happen. There are several ways to engage: contacting your representatives, visiting the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge and trying to spot the elusive red wolf, stopping by a local zoo or nature center involved with the red wolf captive breeding program, or even hosting your own screening of the film!

To save you some time, here is the contact information for key people at the US Fish and Wildlife Service, tasked with enforcing the Endangered Species Act:

Dan Ashe, Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service
dan_ashe@fws.org | twitter: @DirectorDanAshe

Cynthia Dohner, Southeast Regional Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service
cynthia_dohner@fws.org

If you happen to live in NC, we encourage you to also reach out to your Wildlife Resources Commission, as they are instrumental to the future of red wolves as well:

Gordon Myers, Executive Director of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission
gordon.myers@ncwildlife.org

Of course, there are many more people you can engage with (senators, civic leaders, non-profit organizations, your neighbors) to voice your opinion. As the future of red wolves becomes clearer, we will update this page with more specific actions you can take to take a firm stance on whether or not this species has a future on our planet.