Educational Resources on Coyotes and Wolves:

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Coyote Ecology: The Rites (and Wrongs) of Spring & Early Summer

Killing predators to protect livestock doesn’t seem to work

http://www.projectcoyote.org/coyote-chronicles-september-2016/  Read the newest news on the coyote in Coyote Chronicles, put out by Project Coyote

Here is an article on why the eastern coyote should be a separate species, click here.

Here's a link to the Gray Wolf Educator Guide
for "Exploring a Keystone Species with Students in Grades K-12", or download it as pdf file here.

Here's a link to the Gray Wolf Family Activity Guide for "Fostering Curiosity About the Natural World with Children Ages 4-10", or download it as pdf file here.

Here is a link to an interesting article called, Bobcats, coyotes and other wildlife species are on the rise by Matt Kanner.

        Here is a video of a coyote in NH, from Phil Auger's trail camera.  See below:

Questions for discussion:

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How do wolves and coyotes communicate?

What's the difference between a wolf and a coyote?

How can you tell if it's a wolf track or a coyote track?

 

 

Here's an article on nose smelling system of coyotes:  click here to read.

Here's another article "Prey-foraging: The collective search or lone-wolf approach", click here to read.

 

 

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