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There's A New PUP in Town!

February 4, 2014 Bobbie Johnson

          Being a wildlife rehabilitator is about more than helping injured and orphaned wildlife. It’s also about educating the public on how to successfully share the same space with them. One of the most misunderstood species of wildlife is the coyote. Though coyotes are shy creatures with superior parenting skills, and
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Learning to Live With Bears

January 30, 2014 Bobbie Johnson

Learn To Live With Bears Join renowned bear expert Mike McIntosh at Heartland Forest on Friday, February 7 to learn how you can coexist with bears in the community. Presented jointly by Heartland Forest and Coyote Watch Canada, the event, running from 7 to 9 pm, will teach Niagara-area residents the keys of keeping bears
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Coyote Hazing Static Page

January 20, 2014 Bobbie Johnson

hazing coyotes s compassion + coexistence COMPASSION + COEXISTENCE Coyote Hazing Overview ABOUT COYOTES Incredibly beneficial to the natural e c o s y s t e m , c o y o t e s a r e a ‘keystone species’ and help keep rodent populations under control. They are often referred to as
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Coyote Connections Art Exhibit "primer" to Coyote Coexistence Presentation

January 14, 2014 Bobbie Johnson

Greetings to our universal community, Together, Coyote Watch Canada (CWC) along with our friends from APFA, are thrilled to have the opportunity of presenting January 23rd, 7-9PM to the progressive City of Cornwall, Ontario. Our Outreach Team will be spending several days on location to provide enough time to meet and collaborate with City Staff,
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Why I Like Coyotes

December 20, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

My wife Mary and I have volunteered and lived during two winters at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the remote northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park. We drive 14-passenger buses, carrying seminar participants over the Lamar Valley’s snow-covered roads in search of wildlife. Wolves top the list of animals visitors want to see, and seminar
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Rick Lamplugh's Coyote Watch – Introduction

December 19, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

Welcome to the Rick Lamplugh’s Coyote Watch page! Rick will post here about coyotes, a canid he likes to observe even more than wolves. During several winters, Rick Lamplugh and his wife, Mary, volunteered and lived at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the remote northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park. The Lamar Valley is known
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Two coyotes, two cities, lots of questions

December 13, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

In a week that saw one coyote killed by authorities and more under fire in a planned cull, in two separate Canadian cities, numerous questions remain. The killing occurred on December 10 in the north end of Winnipeg. “Area residents reported seeing the animal running into a backyard, and officers cornered it there and fired
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A Discussion Regarding the Spring Bear Hunt

November 18, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

[one_second][image src=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/defender-Radio-mjmcintosh-photo.jpg” align=”center” link=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/defender-Radio-mjmcintosh-photo.jpg” link_type=”zoom” ][/one_second][one_second]Michael Howie interviews Mike McIntosh/Bear With Us Click on link: http://www.furbearerdefenders.com/blogs/defender-radio/406-episode-107-spring-bear-hunt An excellent article stating the FACTS by Jim Johnston – Posted by Founding Director Lesley Sampson- CWC Team Facts versus Misinformation on Bear Issues I would like to clarify some information for folks about the Spring Bear Hunt (SBH)
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Wynne's war on wildlife continues

November 13, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

[one_second][image src=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/3-big.jpg” align=”center” caption=”Orphaned Bear Cub” link=”/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/3-big.jpg” link_type=”zoom” alt=”Orphaned Bear Cub”][/one_second][one_second]It is expected that Ontario Minister of Natural Resources, David Orazietti will announce a re-introduction of the spring bear hunt imminently. This will be the third attack of the Wynne government’s War on Wildlife. The first was the rollback of endangered species legislation in July
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Niagara Song Dogs ~ Call For Community Volunteers!

November 13, 2013 Bobbie Johnson

Niagara Region Song Dog Friends~ Call For Volunteers! Tyler’s Warmth is a group that collects clothing and has a free clothing drive for anyone in need. This is their first year doing the drive in Niagara Falls and it’s happening this Saturday. Please friends help a family in need. It sure is cold outside! We
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