RALEIGH -- North Carolina Gov Roy Cooper sent a letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Agency on Monday, requesting the five-county conservation area remain in place for the red wolves endangered species. There are only 35 red wolves remaining in the wild in all of Eastern North Carolina.

 

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