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Coyotes to benefit from wildlife photography auction!

Coyotes to benefit from wildlife photography auction!

Posted Apr 29th, 2022

Coyote Watch Canada is the beneficiary of @CanadianConservation's wildlife photography silent auction. Find out more in our blog.

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The Seasonal Challenges of Wildlife Rescue

The Seasonal Challenges of Wildlife Rescue

Posted Apr 17th, 2022 in Blog

Foxes and coyotes mate for life when left to thrive, and they co-parent their young. Babies depend on both parents for food, protection, and important life lessons about how to survive and thrive a very dangerous world. Survival readiness is a months-long process.

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Media blames coyotes for off-leash dog encounter

Media blames coyotes for off-leash dog encounter

Posted Mar 15th, 2022 in Blog

An off-leash dog, out of sight of their human companion, got in a fight with two coyotes – and the media is calling it an attack by the coyotes.

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Ontario government sued for coyote killing contest

Ontario government sued for coyote killing contest

Posted Feb 24th, 2022

Animal Justice, The Fur-Bearers, and Coyote Watch Canada are suing the Ontario government over its decision to allow a coyote hunting contest to take place throughout February.

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Are your social posts putting wildlife in harm’s way?

Are your social posts putting wildlife in harm’s way?

Posted Jan 21st, 2022 in Blog, Guest Blog, wildlife

Responsible geotagging can keep wildlife and wild spaces safe.

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ACTION ALERT: Tell Ontario to Enforce Killing Contest Laws

ACTION ALERT: Tell Ontario to Enforce Killing Contest Laws

Posted Jan 20th, 2022 in Blog

Take action to tell your MPP and the Ministry to enforce laws that can stop a coyote killing contest in Ontario.

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Misunderstood: The stories that don’t make headlines

Misunderstood: The stories that don’t make headlines

Posted Dec 8th, 2021 in Blog

If we wrote out a list of the most misunderstood animals in Canada, coyotes would be near the top. It seems like every time there’s a negative interaction between a coyote and a person or pet, it makes headlines. What doesn’t make the news? The peaceful coexistence that takes place between coyotes and humans across the country every day.

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Coexistence is a daily intention

Coexistence is a daily intention

Posted Oct 6th, 2021

Strategies to live alongside wildlife aren’t failing; it’s time for them to begin in earnest.

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Ethical Photography Values the Wellbeing of Wildlife

Ethical Photography Values the Wellbeing of Wildlife

Posted Sep 21st, 2021

What does this mean? It means attempting to capture a photo in a way that does not upset the behaviour or existence of the animal being photographed. It means keeping your distance as much as possible (to whatever a particular animal is comfortable with), and with today's camera technology, that's not too difficult to do! Use a telephoto lens, and even when using a lens that's not super long, with the resolution of modern digital cameras and current editing software, it's very easy to crop a...

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Coyote Watch Canada statement on Stanley Park coyotes

Coyote Watch Canada statement on Stanley Park coyotes

Posted Sep 2nd, 2021

Following the announcement that more coyotes will be killed, we are left feeling anger, sadness and frustration that opportunities to prevent this outcome were ignored or missed.

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