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Coyote Watch Canada is an all-volunteer Federal, Not-For-Profit, community-based wildlife organization, which advocates positive human-wildlife experiences through education, research, mediation, intervention, and conflict resolution.

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Coyote Watch Canada is a Federal Not-For-Profit community-based, wildlife organization which advocates positive human wildlife experiences.

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Harmful handouts - What's love got to do with it?

Dec 22nd, 2020

As many of you know I am a wildlife photographer, what most don't know are the hours, patience, cost, and dedication it takes to catch a glimpse of an animal. Sometimes we are given chances where time stands still and we can capture them in their natural habitat from a safe distance. Other days we are out from sunrise to sunset and don't find anything.

Human-wildlife conflict: why relocation doesn’t work

Nov 12th, 2020

A primer on why relocation, trapping and other mitigating efforts don’t resolve conflict with wildlife and can actually create it.

Experiences with the Song Dogs of Grasslands National Park

Aug 17th, 2020

Nathan McCarville shares his experiences with the coyotes of Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan.

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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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