Chrisfield-3-140x140Christine Schadler, M.S., M.A., Wild Canid Ecologist                      

 Chris is the NH and VT Representative for Project Coyote.  She divides her time between teaching and working on her book “Becoming Wolf: The Eastern Coyote in New England” © Chris Schadler, 2016.   Chris’ schedule includes lecturing in schools, libraries and community centers, and for conservation commissions and at annual meetings for private and public organizations (see CALENDAR). 

Chris is a Member of the North East Wolf Coalition (NEWC) whose goal is to facilitate the recovery of the wolf to the northeastern states. She is also a Co-Founder of the New Hampshire Wildlife Coalition whose mission is to encourage sustainable and humane management of wildlife through inclusive public participation in decision-making.

As a wild canid ecologist, Chris leads a yearly trip to Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, to study the ecology and behavior of the Eastern Wolf found within the Park.  By day, we track wolves and other mammals, observe moose, fox and a variety of northern birds and hike the gorgeous terrain with Chris as guide and teacher. At night we may howl for a wolf response, quietly walk a trail by moonlight or listen to a talk from a Park scientist on topics such as the Eastern Wolf or the Gray Jay.

For more information on her trip go to "WOLF TRIP" page or contact Chris at:

Something Wild, NHPR 89.1 FM: Listen to Chris' interview on NHPR:   Chris Schadler's RADIO INTERVIEW NHPR

"Chris Schadler presented to a standing room only crowd one cold January evening, recently. She not only was able to weave together very complicated information in spell-binding story-like fashion, but was engaging and filled with humor and compassion.” -Gerri Bernstein (Community Development and Education, Joan Hanchett Nature Series










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