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The Wolves Need Your Help

Maine Wolf Trail Cam

Maine Wolf Coalition Trail Cam

In 2010, The Maine Wolf Coalition reorganized from a membership-based organization to primarily an internet-based organization.  In doing so, we set up a PayPal account in hopes of generating the revenue needed to continue our work on behalf of wolf research, education, and protection.  We recently purchased three trail cameras (see photo) to set out in the north Maine woods to attempt to get photographic evidence of live wolves.  Our website is a powerful tool that enables us to get the latest word about wolves in the northeast out to wolf advocates worldwide. Read the rest of this entry »

Maine Wolf Coalition Is Asking for Volunteers to Look for Wolves

We recently purchased our first trail camera and will be deploying it and perhaps several others in remote areas of the state in 2011.  We’re also asking folks who have their own trail cameras to set them out and send to us photos of any large canids.  If folks do not yet own a trail camera and are interested in purchasing one for this effort, we recommend you purchase a camera with the greatest number of megapixels as possible.  This is because the clarity of the photos will be very important, given the similarity of appearance between wolves and coywolves.  Read the rest of this entry »