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Open Letter: Residents' behaviour is the solution to coyote concerns

Open Letter: Residents' behaviour is the solution to coyote concerns

Posted Jun 8th, 2017 in Blog

The presence of coyotes and conflict with wildlife can often lead to distress and concern from residents, but it is vital that the cause of changing behaviour is accurately identified and addressed. Posts on social media forwarded to our organizations indicate that, in some areas of Burlington, coyotes may be acting in a defensive manner around dens, pups, or resources. Direct or indirect feeding of these coyotes could also cause them to show greater proximity tolerance with people and pets, and

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Awenda Provincial Park Coyote/Wolf Family Shot Dead and Abandoned

Posted Dec 15th, 2016 in News and Events, Blog

Niagara Falls – Two wild canids were found shot to death and dumped in the snow just outside Awenda Provincial Park last week, where hunting is illegal.

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Foot n’ Field

Foot n’ Field

Posted Apr 28th, 2015 in Blog

Foot n’ Field Since the first snowfall several weeks ago, Coyote Watch Canada has received over three dozen coyote connections from communities across Ontario, the East Coast and from communities south of the border. Many of the reports from Ontario are coyote sightings, while others are education outreach efforts.

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Death Sentence For Unsuspecting Wild Boars

Posted Apr 26th, 2015 in Blog

Wild boars that escaped their confinement now have a mark of death on their shoulders. Not much is known about the origin of the wild boars in terms of who held these animals as property and from whose property they fled.

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Cooperation, Compassion and Humane Intervention

Posted Apr 23rd, 2015 in Blog

A News Release by the North Bay Police Services featured yesterday by BayToday titled Bear found near downtown is not only short but truly sweet! Kudos to the North Bay Police Department, Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and the greater community for deploying cooperation, compassion, patience and humane intervention to assist a wandering bear!

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The Beauty of Coyote Communication by Rick Lamplugh

Posted Feb 26th, 2015 in Blog

The Beauty of Coyote Communication by Rick Lamplugh Recently Mary and I had the good fortune to watch a family of Yellowstone coyotes as they shared a meal. We stumbled upon them while hiking in snow along the Gardner River.

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What To Do

What To Do

Posted Dec 18th, 2014 in Blog

“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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Advisory Council – Dr. Tracey Hobbs

Posted Nov 18th, 2014 in Blog

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

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 Wildlife Services Senseless Coyote War by Rick Lamplugh

Wildlife Services Senseless Coyote War by Rick Lamplugh

Posted Oct 8th, 2014 in Blog

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.

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Asphalt Trap Line

Asphalt Trap Line

Posted Sep 22nd, 2014 in Blog

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

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