The story behind Project Coyote

The ECOreport interviews two principals from California’s successful predator co-existence program, the story behind Project Coyote.

Screen-shot-2014-03-18-at-3.43.47-PM1Originally Broadcast on Cortes Community Radio, CKTZ, 89.5 FM

An interview with Camilla Fox, Founder & Executive Director, and Robert Crabtree, from the Science Advisory Board, of Project Coyote. Audio from Wednesday, August, 2014, from 10:00 – 10:30 pm: The story behind Project Coyote.

Screen-shot-2014-01-08-at-2.36.48-AMToday’s program focused on the origins and philosophy of a very successful program that was first tried out in Marin County, California , fourteen years ago. Project Coyote takes its name from one of the most persecuted animals in North America. Their message is that we can co-exist with wild animals. They have not only shown it can be done, they have proven we have much to gain by doing so.

To learn more, go visit their website at www.projectcoyote.org

(Image at top of page: Coyote Yawn – Sequoia Hughes, CC by SA, 2.0)

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