When the few remaining red wolves try to breed, it seems they prefer a little privacy. That's become a problem. Congress proposes to build them a shelter for breeding.
When the few remaining red wolves try to breed, it seems they prefer a little privacy. That's become a problem. Congress proposes to build them a shelter for breeding. Barron Crawford/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/MCT
When the few remaining red wolves try to breed, it seems they prefer a little privacy. That's become a problem. Congress proposes to build them a shelter for breeding. Barron Crawford/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/MCT

Here's another earmark: More privacy for red wolves to breed

March 13, 2009 03:58 PM

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