The Nature Station Red wolves are ambassadors for their critically endangered species. These wolves are part of a captive breeding program with the hopes of raising the number of Red wolves in the world. The Red wolf population currently stands at just 200 individuals, most of whom are in human care. In April of 2022, Ember and Jasper became proud parents to four pups: Trace, Piney, Ginger, and Sugar. With six wolves at the Nature Station, the Nature Station proudly cares for 3% of the entire Red wolf population. The pups will likely be moved to other facilities in the coming years to have families of their own; however, they were named after LBL locations, so no matter where they go, they will always have a little piece of LBL with them! The Red wolves are most likely to be seen in the morning or late afternoon when they are feeling more playful.