The Outer Banks Voice – Screenings of the documentary ‘Red Wolf Revival’
January 24: screenings of the documentary “Red Wolf Revival”
By story submitted on January 3, 2020
The US Fish and Wildlife Service will host free screenings of the documentary, Red Wolf Revival, at the National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center on Roanoke Island on January 24. 24 screening.
Red Wolf Revival (2015), a documentary by Roshan Patel and Nestbox Collective, captures the story of America’s most endangered canine, the Red Wolf, and the last members of its wild population. Centered on the historic recovery effort in eastern North Carolina, the film documents the multi-faceted struggle to reintroduce one of the planet’s rarest animals to North Carolina in the face of cultural, economic and challenges. biological.
The screenings and the question-and-answer session are all free. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and screenings will begin at 6:00 p.m. Seats are provided on a first come, first served basis.
The question-and-answer session held after the screening on January 24 will include updates on the current state of the wild red wolf population and an overview of conservation and management efforts for the species.