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Ontario wants to teach kids to kill

Posted Aug 29th, 2013 in Blog

With the support of the Ontario government, children ages 12 to 15 will be taught how to cruelly kill wildlife by two hunting and trapping lobby groups. In a press statement issued Wednesday, the Ontario Federation of Hunters and Anglers (OFAH) and the Ontario Fur Managers Federation....

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You Just Can't Keep A Good Coyote Down

Posted Aug 21st, 2013 in Blog

Yellowstone’s coyotes had no idea who the new dog in the neighborhood was when wolves were reintroduced in the park after a seventy-year absence. Generations of coyotes had come and gone without a wolf in sight. But coyotes soon learned that these new dogs sure could bring down elk.

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Niagara Action for Animals Community Walk For Farm Animals

Niagara Action for Animals Community Walk For Farm Animals

Posted Aug 20th, 2013 in News and Events

Vinnie appreciates you care! A compassionate invitation from our friends at Niagara Action for Animals to join them on October 5th, 2013 as they host and sponsor a walk for Farm Sanctuary. Please consider joining them on October 5th for a great family day outdoors!

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Song Dog Sunday

Song Dog Sunday

Posted Aug 20th, 2013 in News and Events

“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.

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 Champions For Coyotes Work Together

Champions For Coyotes Work Together

Posted Aug 18th, 2013 in Blog

Coyote Watch Canada’s consistent message is “it takes a community to build coexistence”. From resident, educator, media, wildlife organization to politician, to the rehabilitation facility, the efforts and partnerships forged to create sustainable, effective wildlife programs must involve the community as a whole.

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Song Dog Sunday: Community Message "Engage, Educate & Empower"

Posted Aug 16th, 2013 in Blog

Our Song Dog Sunday messages are to encourage coyote fans to share inspiring and educational blasts about the Eastern Coyote. Often times, residents have not observed a coyote in the wild and the only opportunity to learn about coyote ecology is through media and social outlets.

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"Twigs Speak for Trees" - Guest Post By Jo Marshall

Posted Aug 13th, 2013 in Blog

Twigs Speak for the Trees, guest post by Jo Marshall ~ Twig Stories Thanks to Lesley Sampson, I am learning more about Coyote Watch Canada’s critical mission to protect and research the eastern coyote. I especially admire their excellent coyote coexistence plan for this region.

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Born To Be Wild

Born To Be Wild

Posted Jul 31st, 2013 in Blog

Coyote Watch Canada has concerns with recent events involving a coyote pup reportedly (through social media) bought, sent across the border and homed in a Hamilton apartment. It’s not difficult to picture the grim sight: a sweet little creature huddling scared and alone in some sort of crate.

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 Working Together Building Compassionate Wildlife Coexistence

Working Together Building Compassionate Wildlife Coexistence

Posted Jul 28th, 2013 in Blog

“Peaceful coexistence is never a one person show.” Join Coyote Watch Canada (CWC) in celebrating our coyote coexistence partnership program with the City of Niagara Falls. We are grateful to Mayor Diodati, City Staff, and all of the Niagara families that have embraced the opportunity to demonstrate that “living in harmony” amidst these highly intelligent, family oriented canines was not just a far away vision

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Brandon Castner:

Brandon Castner: "Coexisting With Bears Doesn’t Stop In Your Back Yard"

Posted Jul 7th, 2013 in Blog

As we start to expand our homes and our neighborhoods, one of the first things we usually consider is our neighbors. We recognize the needs and wants of our neighbors on all sides of us, but we often forget one set, the furry ones.

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