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  1. Clark

    Clark Elite Refuge Member

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  2. The Mad Duck

    The Mad Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    I never really understood the need to try to repopulate Red Wolves. The Coyotes have replaced the wolves usefulness in the ecosystem and everytime the release more wolves, the coyotes interbreed with them and dilute that genepool. If these folks think they are going to sterilize every coyote in Eastern NC, they are crazy
     
  3. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Years ago I used to ride a bike to Vermillion County and camp primitive. Was young and hell I was a paratrooper think I was scared?
    Then one day I read about the huge pack of coyodogs that were attacking pretty much anything that moved so i quit going there.
     
  4. NCBADGES

    NCBADGES North / South Carolina Flyway Moderator Moderator

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    Got a trail cam pic of a Red Wolf on my farm a few years ago. Have never actually seen him though.

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  5. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Ironically youtube showed me the strangest critter like 30 minutes ago.
    A long-legged red wolf. Caption read "not a deer. Not a fox". It's called a Maned Wolf.
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    Freaking werefoxes? maned_wolf1.jpg
     
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    KAHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    See em fairly regularly at my farm. Hear em all the time. Saw a big pair not long ago. See collared ones every now and then. I dont mind em as I only duck hunt and coyotes/wolves dont mess with my wood ducks and kill the predators of wood ducks.
     

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