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 Snared- A Wolf Named Kitchi

Snared- A Wolf Named Kitchi

Posted Mar 15th, 2014 in Blog

This is one woman‘s story of courage, witnessing and compassion about a wolf that was trapped in a neck snare. Paula Tough shares in her own words what she did next when she happened upon a wolf, just feet away from a snow mobile trail, in distress.

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Families Saving Families

Families Saving Families

Posted Mar 12th, 2014 in Blog

A young Ontario girl named Jasmine Polsinelli decided to put her compassionate heart to work and raise awareness about bear families at risk in Ontario this spring. With the generous help of LUSH Cosmetics and a clan of volunteers including Coyote Watch Canada, an awe inspiring signature blast hit Queen Street in Toronto.

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The Impact Of Hunting On Wolves

The Impact Of Hunting On Wolves

Posted Mar 4th, 2014 in Blog

Note from Rick: though this post is about wolves, I’m certain that the situation is similar for coyotes. Family bonds are strong for both canids. The wolf on the right in the photo, called 755 for his collar number, was once the alpha male of the Lamar Canyon pack.

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Heartland Forest Meets Bear With Us

Heartland Forest Meets Bear With Us

Posted Feb 8th, 2014 in News and Events

Learning about black bears is a humane response and responsibility of us all. Mike McIntosh, of Bear With Us shared his knowledge and experience working with black bears (bears) with an enthusiastic audience at Heartland Forest Friday evening. Folks from across southern Ontario braved frigid temperatures and snow drifts to attend this educational event.

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There's A New PUP in Town!

There's A New PUP in Town!

Posted Feb 4th, 2014 in News and Events

Being a wildlife rehabilitator is about more than helping injured and orphaned wildlife. It’s also about educating the public on how to successfully share the same space with them. One of the most misunderstood species of wildlife is the coyote.

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Learning to Live With Bears

Learning to Live With Bears

Posted Jan 30th, 2014 in News and Events

Learn To Live With Bears Join renowned bear expert Mike McIntosh at Heartland Forest on Friday, February 7 to learn how you can coexist with bears in the community. Presented jointly by Heartland Forest and Coyote Watch Canada, the event, running from 7 to 9 pm, will teach Niagara-area residents the keys of keeping bears

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Aversion Conditioning (humane hazing)

Posted Jan 20th, 2014 in Blog

Incredibly beneficial to the natural ecosystem , coyotes area "keystone species" and help keep rodent populations under control. They are often referred to as "nature’s cleanup crew".

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Coyote Connections Art Exhibit

Coyote Connections Art Exhibit "primer" to Coyote Coexistence Presentation

Posted Jan 14th, 2014 in News and Events

Greetings to our universal community, Together, Coyote Watch Canada (CWC) along with our friends from APFA, are thrilled to have the opportunity of presenting January 23rd, 7-9PM to the progressive City of Cornwall, Ontario. Our Outreach Team will be spending several days on location to provide enough time to meet and collaborate with City Staff

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Why I Like Coyotes

Why I Like Coyotes

Posted Dec 20th, 2013 in Blog

My wife Mary and I have volunteered and lived during two winters at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the remote northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park. We drive 14-passenger buses, carrying seminar participants over the Lamar Valley’s snow-covered roads in search of wildlife.

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Rick Lamplugh's Coyote Watch - Introduction

Posted Dec 19th, 2013 in Blog

Welcome to the Rick Lamplugh’s Coyote Watch page! Rick will post here about coyotes, a canid he likes to observe even more than wolves. During several winters, Rick Lamplugh and his wife, Mary, volunteered and lived at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the remote northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park.

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