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Misunderstood: The stories that don’t make headlines

Dec 8th, 2021

If we wrote out a list of the most misunderstood animals in Canada, coyotes would be near the top. It seems like every time there’s a negative interaction between a coyote and a person or pet, it makes headlines. What doesn’t make the news? The peaceful coexistence that takes place between coyotes and humans across the country every day.

Coexistence is a daily intention

Oct 6th, 2021

Strategies to live alongside wildlife aren’t failing; it’s time for them to begin in earnest.

Ethical Photography Values the Wellbeing of Wildlife

Sep 21st, 2021

What does this mean? It means attempting to capture a photo in a way that does not upset the behaviour or existence of the animal being photographed. It means keeping your distance as much as possible (to whatever a particular animal is comfortable with), and with today's camera technology, that's not too difficult to do! Use a telephoto lens, and even when using a lens that's not super long, with the resolution of modern digital cameras and current editing software, it's very easy to crop a...

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Coexisting with Coyotes

Coexisting With Coyotes

Eastern coyote and fox sightings are not uncommon throughout Ontario and across North America. This vital keystone species has been an essential aspect in the landscape for over a century.

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