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Beginning June 28, 2008 in Old Town, Maine, A new group at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension is being formed to train volunteers to howl like a gray wolf in the deep woods of Maine. These wolves–which are federally protected–are believed to no longer live in this area of the country.
Learn more about the Wolf Inquiry Project
Our thoughts and prayers will be with the brave citizen scientists that if a wolf is lured out of hiding that it isn’t romantically attracted to the howler.
"Are there any wolves in Maine?"
Kennebec Journal Morning Sentinel June 23, 2008 [READ]
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