NEWS RELEASE: Ontario Wildlife at Risk from MNR Proposals Residents and municipalities urged to rally against changes! ONTARIO – Sweeping changes to the Ontario Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act could lead to ecological warfare in Ontario communities, the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals warns.
Coyote Watch Canada Blog
Check out this article! A spring glimpse into the lives of Niagara’s Song Dogs. Thank you community neighbour, Walker Brothers Quarries for featuring coyotes in your newsletter!
“CORNWALL…Will you become the next leader for a Compassionate Wildlife Community?” We are hopeful that council will consider a reprieve for the Eamers Corners coyote(s) for the time being. We look forward to a potential visit with the community and providing non-lethal successful solutions for the residents there.
Residents of Eamers Corners in Cornwall, Ontario have petitioned the municipality to grant trapping as a means to kill coyotes. Many of the signatures are essentially from the same ten to twelve households. What is the true status of coyotes allegedly living in Eamers Corners?
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The City of Hamilton Animal Services and the Hamilton-Burlington SPCA are co-hosting a Cat Registration and Microchip Clinic.
WHY? Thousands of cats come into the City’s shelter each year and only 3% of cats are claimed by their owners. With a Registration tag and/or microchip, a lost cat can be delivered home or staff can contact the owner as soon as the cat comes into the shelter
Featured Guest Blogger: Award Winning Investigative Journalist Michael Howie "How I Learned To Listen"
By Michael Howie Coyotes have been a part of my community for generations. But for most of that time, they were unseen, and rarely heard. In the last few years, sightings began.
For the last seventeen months throughout Niagara, Coyote Watch Canada (CWC) and several very enthusiastic volunteers and residents have been diligently hazing coyotes to discourage them away from feeding “hot spots”. To date, there are many happy and relieved faces that reflect the positive results of hazing our local Song Dogs.