Business promoting killing largest 10, smallest coyote for prizes in contest. Take action to end it!
Conflict with coyotes in Stanley Park will continue unless signs, feeding are addressed, and enforcement begins.
When we consider wildlife interactions from a wild viewpoint, the narrative changes, particularly for pet owners.
A primer on why relocation, trapping and other mitigating efforts don’t resolve conflict with wildlife and can actually create it.
The headlines often say bear or coyote attack, but the stories themselves reveal that humans and dogs instigated conflicts.
Two non-profits want to hear about company’s claims of humane sourcing of animal products.
Information about what preceded the contact, if an investigation revealed feeding, and other questions must be asked by journalists.
TLDR: it’s a rumour that hasn’t been verified.
Peel police investigating after eleven snares found in urban park, one coyote was injured and another killed.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx’s book spells out the scientific case to end the use of snares and strychnine.
News and social media make the appearance of natural wildlife frightening. It should be exciting!
UBC and Stanley Park Ecology Society need residents who frequently see coyotes on their properties to aid in a deterrent research program.
Disturbing video of two youths beating a coyote to death raise important questions about how government, media, and society talk about wildlife. There are no graphic images in this blog.