Parks Canada made the right choice to protect wildlife when a coyote den site was identified.
Bounties on wolves and coyotes don’t work, and new research from Dr. Gilbert Proulx and Sadie Parr supports putting an end to them.
A new study shows that livestock isn’t a food source for coyotes and wolves in Alberta and calls for an end to bounties. Get the facts in five with this news brief!
Foxes, coyotes, raccoons, and other animals may be looking for new places to live in the spring and summer.
Coyote Watch Canada and the Defender Radio Podcast explore LaSalle Park in Burlington and explore what could be leading to potential coyote conflict, and how the solution exists in human behaviour.
Coyote Watch Canada and the Defender Radio Podcast check out coyote hotspots in Burlington’s LaSalle Park – get it in five with this News Brief!
Use our one-click letter/petition to tell the City ofMontréal that co-existence is the ethical, humane, and effective choice to preventing or mitigating conflict!
Sustainable moniker can mislead consumers into thinking fur is ethically acceptable.
Terminology about fur or other products that is entirely subjective is entirely unreliable.
People create fear and coyotes are persecuted often because we don't understand what these beautiful canids are saying or doing.
Looking for a quick starting point in understanding why so many stand against Canada Goose? Here are the basics you need to know about Canada Goose, fur trim, and why it can never be humane.
Conflict with wildlife can be frightening, upsetting, and anger-inducing. But that shouldn’t stop a journalist from doing their job.
The goals of Inside Halton are commendable. But the results are not, and could in fact create dangerous scenarios…
You might be surprised at what #3 says to keep your family, as well as wildlife and domestic animals, safe!
Attractants andhuman behaviour are the cause of conflict with wildlife and pets.
Managing editor acknowledges mistakes, but still relies on single government biologist for information.