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Nurturing Compassion For Nature: Is It At-Risk?

March 8, 2012 Bobbie Johnson

“Perhaps we’ve already “run out of world” including wildness. Some go as far to argue we’ve created a world that’s so technologically and socially complex we can’t control it”. Dr. Marc Bekoff  echoed these words in his article, Wild Hearts. Is our disconnect with nature happening all too swiftly? As sentient beings, can we accept
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~ Song Dog Sunday ~ "Coyote science begins with compassionate conservation."

May 21, 2011 Bobbie Johnson

[one_second][image src=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/coyote-science1.jpg” align=”center” caption=”Coyote science begins with compassionate conservation” link=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/coyote-science1.jpg” link_type=”zoom” alt=”Coyote science begins with compassionate conservation”][/one_second][one_second]Please share our message today about the importance of partnering compassionate science and conservation. Photo feature is the beautiful work of Ann Brokelman, talented nature photographer, animal advocate and wildlife rescue volunteer. The important role research plays in supporting
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Welcome to Coyote Watch Canada blog

May 11, 2011 Bobbie Johnson

Celebrating Coyote Thank you for visiting our website. Our new look is evolving, so visit often. We will be discussing issues that directly impact our North American Song Dogs of the Niagara Region. Coyote Watch Canada has had a really busy and successful few months. Over a dozen guest speaking appearances, a rescue and release
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Coyote Sky Dancer

April 29, 2011 Bobbie Johnson

Across the plains she came with fur laced heart and will of stone. Never imagining the blame the people would put on her life alone. She showed them all her glory, kept true to her nature by singing strong. Did she sense the danger in the land where she’s been hated all along. Coyote Sky
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