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MFOA & The Pet Club: Chester Greenwood Parade
Written by MFOA   
Tuesday, 03 January 2012
Pet Club Chester Greenwood ParadeMFOA Chester Greenwood Parade
MFOA Outreach and Education: Pet Club Program
Written by MFOA   
Wednesday, 26 January 2011

MFOA Visits Madison Elementary School
The education of the public, media and the legislature regarding animal protection issues has been a staple of Maine Friends of Animals’ mission. We are always looking for direct outreach opportunities to disseminate the message, from tabling at country fairs to speaking before groups, to passing out literature at circuses to attending the state Democratic and Republican conventions.

MFOA is particularly excited about its new involvement with a program that offers a unique opportunity to educate others by working with Maine elementary schools to teach young children the responsibility of having a pet and how to care for and protect companion animals.

The Misunderstood Coyote
Written by Jayne Winters   
Wednesday, 09 February 2011

coyoteCoyotes have lived in North America for centuries - years before European settlers arrived. Native American cultures view them as powerful mythical figures, venerated for their intelligence and mischievous nature; Navajo herders call them "God’s dog." 

Yet today, reports indicate that coyotes are the most persecuted native carnivore in the US and generally considered not only a nuisance, but a threat to livestock/domestic pets and a serious competitor for game species.

Despite decades of our extermination efforts (trapping, shooting, snaring, poisoning), coyotes have expanded their range threefold since the mid 1800’s, largely as a result of our extensive forest clearing and eradication of wolves and cougars, which has left a significant void in the predator/prey hierarchy.

MFOA at the Common Ground Country Fair 2010
Written by MFOA   
Tuesday, 28 September 2010
Patti Richards and Lynne Rayburn representing MFOA
Patti Richards & Lynne Rayburn representing MFOA at the Common Ground Country Fair
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