Episode 117: Learning how to howl

Defender Radio Episode 117
It may be warm and sunny on the west coast, but throughout much of Canada and the United States it’s howling cold – so we’re taking this opportunity to make a bad pun and bring you an episode exploring our relationships with coyotes.

We have interviews with some great experts this week, including Phil Carter of Animal Protection of New Mexico; Lesley Sampson of Coyote Watch Canada; and Professor Sara Waller from the University of Montana. We’ll also be presenting a new segment of wild in the city with Brad Gates of Gates' Wildlife Control.

We're also happy to bring you an update of our recent visit to Cornwall, Ontario.

To listen to this week's episode click the 'play' button below, download the MP3 or visit us on the iTunes store.

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AAA Gates' Wildlife Control (Toronto area) and AAA Wildlife Control (Vancouver area)


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