January 16, 2018

What Kind of Wild Cross-Bred Dog Am I?

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*Editor’s Note* – This is an email sent to me from Jet Ferebee, from North Carolina. He is fighting against the wrongs of wolf introduction in that state. It was labeled as being Part I of a seven-part series. Anxious!

Director Ashe,

This email will be part one of a seven part series in which you and I discern exactly what this canine is and why it is on my farm. I will start out easy.

Mongrel

The above picture of a canine on my farm taken last week, speaks volumes about what the USFWS Red Wolf program has brought to and created in our State.

As Director of USFWS, can you tell me exactly what this canine is? Is it a coyote, a “red wolf”, a coywolf, or a non-native, invasive USFWS created and tax payer funded hybrid red wolf/coyote?

I and many other North Carolinians anxiously await your answer. Please just reply to all ASAP.

Thanks,
Jett Ferebee

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  • RattlerRider

    It’s a deer removal specialist.

  • bentonsv

    And I’d like to know who thought it was a good idea to let coyote’s lose in NC?

  • bryan taylor

    Who let obama out of the White House.

    • Sally Krol

      Get over it bryan taylor, your side lost the election of 2008 and 2012. Quit crying and move on. This article is not about President Obama in case you can’t comprehend what you read the article is about canines!

  • Candy Wernholm

    coyote

  • Ginny

    I don’t like coyotes or wolves they should not be released in populated areas at all.
    just like other wild animals they cross breed with dogs and prey on our pets that go outside. just like the rabid fox now we could end up with rabid wolves. Walk face to face with one of them and they will chase people down when the wolves are sick