“Facts and science are very important, but it is stories that move our hearts.” Chris Albert, 2014 “Katy is distracted and distracting to the class” was written on her report card. Katy was startled, and sad. She liked her teacher. She didn’t know why she was the way she was.
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Dr. Tracey Hobbs Vet. Dr. Hobbs is part owner of a companion animal veterinary clinic, graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1994. She is an active board member for the Niagara Veterinary Emergency Clinic as well as an esteemed Rotary Club Member. Dr. Hobbs has lived in St Catharines for almost her entire life
Introduction by Lesley Sampson, Founding Executive Director of Coyote Watch Canada. Life is beyond difficult for coyotes living on this continent. In the province of Ontario, a coyote can be snuffed out everyday of the year for just being seen. No day is sacred—or safe—for coyotes.
Wildlife is busy this time of the year. Autumn brings an amazing vibrant living story to the sky, water and land. The ebb and flow of Mother Nature’s internal clock is one deserving of our admiration, respect and attention. Countless mammals, reptiles, birds and amphibians perish every year during their daily course of activities
Coyote sat atop the cliff and jealously watch as Crow floated and soared above him. Crow’s magnificent, strong wings glistened in the sun with sparkles of feathers so black they appeared blue. The swooshing sound was deafening as they pushed against the air in the process of keeping Crow aloft.
From the suburbs of Eastern Pennsylvania to the Bridger mountain range in South Western Montana, my eagerness to continue my environmental education has brought me many exciting places, in which I have been able to promote compassionate coexistence with wildlife.
With the arrival of denning season, I want to look at how coyotes raise families in the wild—a place free from human harassment and hunting. For me, that place is Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley, where I lived and volunteered during three winters. And where I was lucky enough to observe coyotes.