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Basic Wolf Information:
» Read the history of the Red Wolf
» Learn about the ongoing Review and Evaluation of the Red Wolf Recovery Program
» What is the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan (RWSSP)?
» View Red Wolf Species Survival Plan Population Analysis and Breeding and Transfer Recommendations.
Mexican Gray WOLVES:
» Read the history of the Mexican Gray Wolf
» What is the Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan?
» Read U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s Mexican Wolf Recovery Reports
» Mexican Wolf Online Resources and Research.
Northeast Wolves/Eastern wolves:
» Eastern Wolf - Basic Information
» Northeast Wolf Coalition - The Northeast Wolf Coalition was established is an alliance of conservation organizations in Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut and beyond.
» Eastern Wolf Survey - Research, outreach and education for improved wolf conservation.
» Eastern Wolf Online Resources and Research
» Pacific Wolf Coalition - Protecting Wolves in the Pacific West
» Pacific Wild - defending wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast by developing and implementing solution-based conservation strategies.
Coyotes are explorers, opportunists, and one of the most successful carnivores in North America because of their ability to cope, if not thrive, after decades of persecution at the hands of ranchers, landowners, farmers and government agents. Learning more about the natural history of coyotes can help people understand their ecological role and how to successfully coexist with them.
» Eastern Coyote - Basic Information
» Eastern Coyotes in New York
» Eastern Coyote Genetics - What is a "Coywolf?"
» Coyote Online Resources and Research
» K9 Ancestry Project - A collaborative initiative researching the genomic ancestry of North America's multiple canid species.
» Carnivore Coexistence Lab - Envisions a balance between human needs and carnivore conservation worldwide.