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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_wolf

The red wolf also known as the Florida black wolf or Mississippi Valley wolf, is a canid of .... and 2012 genetics studies, which concluded that there are three separate species of wolf in North America: the red wolf, eastern wolf, and gray wolf.

animals.mom.me/types-wolves-kentucky-8497.html

Historically, Kentucky was home to two wolf species: the gray wolf (Canis lupus) and the red wolf (Canis rufus). However, their numbers gradually declined as ...

www.timberwolfinformation.org/ky-officials-confirm-that-animal-killed-by-ky-hunter-in-march-was-endangered-gray-wolf

Since this is the first free-ranging gray wolf documented in Kentucky's modern ... there were no prior biological expectations for any hunter to encounter a wolf.

earthfirstnews.wordpress.com/2013/08/19/wild-wolf-in-kentucky-first-in-150-years-killed-by-hunter

Aug 19, 2013 ... Its unlikely that charges will be brought against Troyer as, until now, there would have been no reason to believe that a wolf existed in Kentucky ...

www.kentuckyliving.com/explore/great-outdoors/kentucky-gray-wolf

Oct 13, 2014 ... At the same time, there is a documented, rapidly expanding Northeastern population of wolf-coyote hybrids that scientists call coywolves. Dogs ...

retrieverman.net/tag/kentucky-wolf

Since this is the first free-ranging gray wolf documented in Kentucky's modern history, federal or state charges are not expected because there were no prior ...

fw.ky.gov/Wildlife/Pages/Mountain-Lions.aspx

In the landmark 1974 book “Mammals of Kentucky,” authors Roger W. Barbour and Wayne H. Davis noted there were no valid records of a mountain lion in the ...

www.onlyinyourstate.com/kentucky/14-photos-of-wildlife-ky

Jun 11, 2015 ... Kentucky has some of the most beautiful wildlife in the United States. We have a variety of predatory birds, big cats, wolves, bears, foxes, and ...

www.treehugger.com/endangered-species/first-wolf-150-years-wanders-kentucky-gets-shot-and-killed.html

Aug 26, 2013 ... There was once a time when Gray wolves inhabited every corner of North America, from Canada to Mexico, and in virtually every U.S. state in ...