It is also true that corruption and poor business practices plauge non profit organizations.It is neither unreasonable nor misguided to question his personal motives for attacking the red wolf program, nor is it unreasonable to question the possible truthfulness of some of his more outlandish claims that he has made to advance his campaign (is it true or is it not true that real estate developers as a group are known to stretch the truth in pursuit of making money?)
Funny you can find all that information but lack the ability to google a simple acronym.From what i have found 400 were captured in Texas/Louisiana. 43 of those were sent to be a breeding facility. Of those 43 only 14 were found to be pure red wolf. That is what they started the program with.
The map was changed to include NC so that they could falsely claim it was being 'reintroduced'. And as to your earlier reference that "14 were found to be pure", that is incorrect because there was no DNA testing available at that time.What caused the range to be adjusted?
Pretty sure I've already given them a bad name with some of the other lengthy debates I've been in on this forum. I tend to not share a lot of the prevailing views as many others on here when it comes to certain topics.ECU, your have to sharpen up or you're going to give the Pirates a bad name here.