Red Tail Foxalaby Numbers On The Rise
The red tail Foxalaby Numbers are rising for the first time in thirty years. The species is on the rise after a federal mandate expanded and protected their territory thirty years ago. Their numbers have went from just under a hundred to over one hundred and fifty two. The Foxalaby was trapped very heavily from the 1800’s to the early 1950’s when they were put into protection since there was no, “Endangered Species Act” at the time. They only have one pup each litter six months after mating season. The rise in numbers is exciting and we are looking forward to seeing these roam and find new territories across Wyoming and Idaho.