August 25, 2019

USFWS N. Carolina Red Wolf Introduction: This Land is MY Land YOUR Land is MY Land

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*Editor’s Note* – Below is Part III of a seven part email series being sent out by Jet Ferebee exposing the illegal actions and continued corruption of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Red Wold introduction. Read Part I and Part II.

Director Ashe,

Last year my FOIA request revealed that USFWS biologists released 64 out of 132 red wolves onto private lands in NC in direct violation of your very own Federal rules and also your commitments made to the citizens of our State. Here is your own Solicitor’s letter stating that USFWS had no legal authorization to release wolves onto private lands.

MirandaLetter

The below canine looks like the new non-native invasive USFWS created hybrid canine that is now rapidly spreading throughout our State.

Is it possible that this could be one of your illegally released wolves?

Or maybe it is the resulting offspring of a federally protected wolf being illegally released onto private land and mating with a now federally protected coyote on private land where your biologists are not allowed to be.

This is what happens when you promise the citizens of NC to operate your “wolf program” on federal land only, but then intentionally and illegally do otherwise…

For the record, USFWS was very complicit in having coyotes federally protected in eastern NC. How absurd and detrimental is that?

Mongrel

As Director of USFWS, do you think the above federally protected hybrid canine is the consequence of USFWS illegally dumping wolves onto private land throughout eastern NC in light of the fact that coyotes now roam these counties by the thousands?

Dan, the critical success factor for your “wolf program” of “no coyotes” no longer exists in eastern NC.

I have often asked USFWS what a successful wolf program in NC looks like with coyotes now being so pervasive and entrenched in the recovery area.

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, it looks like the non-native invasive USFWS created hybrid coywolf in this picture.

USFWS can not stop the creation of non-native invasive hybrids as the red wolf population is engulfed by coyotes. Texas hybrid swarm history is only repeating itself in NC as a result of your now foolish and now exposed unlawful pursuit.

Sincerely,
Jett Ferebee

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