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Posted Aug 20th, 2013 in News and Events

Coyote science begins with compassionate conservation.

“Coyote science begins with compassionate conservation.”

~Coyote Watch Canada

Please share our message today about the importance of partnering compassionate science and conservation. Photo feature is the beautiful work of Ann Brokelman, talented nature photographer, animal advocate and wildlife rescue volunteer.

The important role research plays in supporting conscientious and balanced wildlife management should not be debated. What happens if the results are biased? Can we ever truly put our inner need to support our hypothesis aside? How can we analyze the scientific papers we read while remaining in true advocacy for compassionate wildlife conservation? Published research can be daunting for a non-science person attempting to extract the take home message from data drenched conclusions. The scientific results can invariably have critical implications on how future wildlife policies are viewed and subsequently enacted. Get the inside scoop on what may be behind the “science” you read. Catch an interesting interview “Science In Layman’s Terms” with Dr. Harold Herzog, Professor of Psychology at Western Carolina University, in an interesting interview with our friends at Fur Bearer Defenders. Let us know what you think.

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