Just found this neat video from the BBC about red wolves. It shows two wildlife vets and one red wolf program biologist capturing a red wolf that lives in captivity as part of the captive breeding program. I’ve traveled to the facility where this was filmed in North Carolina, and have stepped inside these wolf pens (yes, when wolves were in them). The animals get very excited when people are around, and they typically run along the perimeter of the pens trying to keep as much distance as they can between themselves and the humans. Despite being “scary predators,” I think this video shows that they are much more scared of us than we are of them.