Today is Earth Day. We are all spending this day doing something…Perhaps using less energy, planting a tree, community clean-up project or conserving household water use. Whatever as individuals or collectively we choose to do, all around the world the human species will recognize the importance of this day.
Coyote Watch Canada Blog
Snare trap tortures coyote in Pickering A snare trap that captured a coyote by his neck and tongue on Monday is leading a national wildlife protection group to call for an immediate ban on the use of body-gripping traps in the City of Pickering and the rest of Durham Region.
Art expression is one of the most unique and empowering means of communicating inner feelings, concepts, interpretations and ideas. As a conservation biologist, Geri Vistein serves as the breath and heartbeat for the celebration of Coyote
An increasing number of wildlife and domestic pets mangled by traps in British Columbia is driving a call for reform on laws by the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals. On Saturday, March 2, 2013, a local couple in Abbotsford discovered a coyote with his leg caught in a ‘padded’ leg-hold trap
As we learn more and more about animals – wild, domestic or human – being injured or killed by horrible traps, municipalities are being pressured to create bans on all traps. Below is a notice sent by our friends at the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals to media and City Councillors in Toronto.
Re: LaSalle dog walkers alarmed by coyote attacks, by Brian Cross, March 30. There may be something wrong in LaSalle but it is not with the wildlife. Coyote Watch Canada, along with the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals, is strongly recommending the residents of LaSalle and outlying areas to incorporate a coexistence program
What is Beach Coyote Coalition? The Beach Coyote Coalition (BCC) is a community project being facilitated by The Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals (APFA) and with the support of Coyote Watch Canada (CWC). The project is focused on promoting peaceful coexistence by minimizing human-coyote interactions.