The Latest by Maggie Caldwell

National Communications Strategist, Lands, Oceans and Wildlife

Maggie worked at Earthjustice from 2014–2021.

Tom Murphy
July 22, 2015

‘People Love Them or Hate Them:’ Wolf Talk with a Yellowstone Photographer

Tom Murphy has spent 37 years exploring Yellowstone National Park and photographing its many wild inhabitants, including wolves, in an effort to show the public how important it is to protect them.

Meredith Taylor talks about her experience seeing wolves return to Yellowstone.
July 1, 2015

Telling Wolves to “Shoo!” An Interview with Real ‘Wild’ Woman Meredith Taylor

Wildlife biologist and wolf advocate Meredith Taylor talks about seeing wolves return to Yellowstone, her most memorable encounters with predators, and the wisdom she’s gained from a life spent studying the ways and workings of the natural world.

The old Lamar Canyon pack joins in song.
June 17, 2015

Some Unsolicited Advice for George R. R. Martin: Watch the Wolves

Drawing the parallels between the wolves of fictional Game of Thrones and the packs living in Yellowstone National Park.

Gray wolf howling in the Grand Tetons in Wyoming.
June 11, 2015

The Greatest Threat to Wolves Isn’t Guns and Traps, but Pens and Politics

The U.S. House of Representatives is again trying to remove protections for wolves in several states for purely political motivations, ignoring science.

A bison.
November 6, 2014

Top Four Reasons the American Bison Makes a Great Mascot

“Both males and females have horns”

Alyssa Grayson.
August 26, 2014

Tween Wolf Advocate Calls Out Secretary Jewell (Very Politely)

Last year in Rhode Island, then-12-year-old Alyssa Grayson approached Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell at an event and boldly handed her a letter asking her to reconsider plans to delist wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

May 9, 2014

A Victory For Those Who Don’t Think Inhalers Should Replace Clean Air

A guest post from young clean air activist Ian Viteri.

April 7, 2014

What Has Been Causing These Historic Droughts?

The Showtime series explores links between climate change, drought and war.

Brett Baker, a sixth generation farmer in the Delta, in his pear orchard.
February 24, 2014

A Pear Farm On The Frontlines of California’s Water Wars

Notes from a trip to the San Francisco Bay Delta to hear stories from people who would be directly impacted by a plan to pump massive amounts of freshwater out of the Delta to farms in the southern Central Valley.