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Harmful handouts - What's love got to do with it?

Harmful handouts - What's love got to do with it?

Posted Dec 22nd, 2020 in Guest Blog

As many of you know I am a wildlife photographer, what most don't know are the hours, patience, cost, and dedication it takes to catch a glimpse of an animal. Sometimes we are given chances where time stands still and we can capture them in their natural habitat from a safe distance. Other days we are out from sunrise to sunset and don't find anything.

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Human-wildlife conflict: why relocation doesn’t work

Human-wildlife conflict: why relocation doesn’t work

Posted Nov 12th, 2020

A primer on why relocation, trapping and other mitigating efforts don’t resolve conflict with wildlife and can actually create it.

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Experiences with the Song Dogs of Grasslands National Park

Experiences with the Song Dogs of Grasslands National Park

Posted Aug 17th, 2020

Nathan McCarville shares his experiences with the coyotes of Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan.

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Coyote Watch Canada joins the Defender Radio Podcast

Coyote Watch Canada joins the Defender Radio Podcast

Posted May 29th, 2020 in Blog

Coyote Watch Canada spent some time chatting with the Defender Radio podcast this week answering YOUR questions!

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Canada Goose to phase out new fur purchasing

Canada Goose to phase out new fur purchasing

Posted Apr 22nd, 2020 in Blog

Canada Goose Inc. has announced they will be phasing out purchasing of new coyote fur in 2022 and will instead be recycling existing furs purchased from consumers.

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Action Alert: Spring bear hunt in Ontario could become permanent

Action Alert: Spring bear hunt in Ontario could become permanent

Posted Jan 22nd, 2020 in Blog

Utilize Ontario’s environmental registry to voice your opposition and concerns regarding the spring bear hunt.

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I wish I'd known what to do (graphic images)

I wish I'd known what to do (graphic images)

Posted Oct 18th, 2019 in Blog, coyotes

If you have ever experienced the sinking feeling of helplessness at the sight of a sick or injured wild animal, then this story is for you. This story is sad, but I'm sharing it for a good reason.

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CWC joins successful fox rescue mission in Erin

CWC joins successful fox rescue mission in Erin

Posted Sep 18th, 2019 in Blog

Coyote Watch Canada's volunteers are proud to have helped a team of volunteers from multiple organizations capture a fox suffering from mange in Erin, Ontario this week.

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Take Action To Stop Ontario's War on Canids

Take Action To Stop Ontario's War on Canids

Posted Sep 6th, 2019 in Blog

Take action to stop Ontario's war on wolves and coyotes with this action item!

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Saving Faith

Saving Faith

Posted Mar 6th, 2019 in Blog, Community Outreach

"I believe that Saturday was our one and only chance to secure this coyote. I can't see how he would have lived another 24 hours, had we not been able to release the snare from around his neck and begin treatment. The determination of the finders, Ann and Fred, was inspiring. And the willingness of everyone involved to spring into action so quickly made it an easy decision for me to make the drive from Guelph to Fort Erie to assist with this rescue."

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