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Events

In our efforts to broaden awareness and understanding of coyotes, Project Coyote staff and advisory board members provide presentations, workshops, film screenings, and innovative educational events throughout the year nationwide- from California to Maine and points in between!

These events take place in a variety of forums and we structure them to bridge the gap between science and public awareness. Events range from Project Coyote sponsored programs to conferences where one of our staff or advisory board members is an invited guest speaker, session organizer and moderator, workshop trainer, and/or exhibitor.

We also provide public screenings of a new documentary co-launched with Living World Films LLC called American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. This movie conveys Project Coyote’s message in a compelling and visually appealing way.

If you are interested in having one of our staff or advisory board members speak at a particular function or before your community, or in screening American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart, please contact us at info@projectcoyote.org and visit our Programs Page.

Peruse our past events and don’t miss our upcoming programs!

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at the Presidio Officer's Club, Moraga Room, 49 Moraga Avenue, San Francisco, CA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Presidio Trust. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Appalachian Mountain Club, Pinkham Notch, NH. Free & open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the Marin Wildlife Discovery Day (as part of the Bay Area Science Festival) along with many other wildlife protection and conservation organizations. The Marin Wildlife Discovery Day will be an opportunity to learn about and celebrate the rich diversity of wildlife in Marin. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. The event will be held on ‘Children’s Island’ in the lagoon at the Marin Civic Center, and parking will be available on the Marin Fairgrounds. Sponsored in partnership by Marin Municipal Water District, Marin County Parks, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and others. Free & open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Freedom Public Library, 38 Old Portland Rd., Freedom, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker at the 22nd annual Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. The Animal Law Conference brings the global animal law community together to share ideas and knowledge in an effort to advance the interests of animals through the legal system. The conference will feature some of the most respected voices in the field of animal law and conservation. Camilla Fox, founder and Executive Director of Project Coyote, will join Daniel Rohlf, professor of law and of counsel at Lewis & Clark Law School, on October 18th (11:15 am - 12:45 pm) in a panel discussion on "Destroying Wildlife: The War on Carnivores." The conference is co-sponsored by the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis and Clark, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at Lewis & Clark Law School. more info.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at the Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Avenue, Walnut Creek, CA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Lindsay Wildlife. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Wiggin Memorial Library, 10 Bunker Hill Ave., Stratham, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Blaisdell Memorial Library, 129 Stage Rd., Nottingham, NH. Free & open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the Wildlife Conservation Expo along with many other wildlife protection and conservation organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens Street, San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by Wildlife Conservation Network. Open to the public. Admission fee applies. more info.

Chris Schadler - Keynote Speech for Science Career Day - "What the Coyote Teaches Us", R. Lurgio Middle School, 47 A Nashua Rd., Bedford, NH.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Sheep and Wool Festival, Tunbridge, VT. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Sheep and Wool Festival, Tunbridge, VT. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Weeks Public Library, Greenland, NH. Free & open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at Talons: A Festival Celebrating Birds of Prey, along with many other wildlife and conservation organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers, at the Marin Art & Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross, CA. Sponsored by The Hungry Owl Project. Open to the public. Admission fee applies. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Whipple Free Library, New Boston, NH. Free & open to the public.

Ashley DeLaup - guest speaker, presentation - "Living in Coyote Country", at Superior Town Hall. Come learn all about living with our wiliest neighbors and their beneficial role in our neighborhoods and communities. Understanding coyote behavior, ecology and biology helps answer questions about how to reduce potential conflicts with coyotes and how to keep people and pets safe. Check out the recently adopted Coyote Coexistence Plan at superiorcolorado.gov and come with your questions! (Program is best for 8 years and up.) Superior Town Hall is located on the corner of Coal Creek Drive and McCaslin Boulevard three-tenths of a mile south of U.S. 36 (the Boulder/Denver Turnpike). Coal Creek Drive is the second right past the U.S. 36 overpass. Please rsvp to adelaup@projectcoyote.org. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Town of Superior. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Wine Country Nature and Optics Festival along with many other Bay Area wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table and pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers. CornerStone Sonoma, 23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, CA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Sonoma Birding. more info.

Judy Paulsen, Project Coyote New Mexico representative, and wildlife biologist Justin Stevenson - guest speakers, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at the Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors Blvd., NW (located between Montano Rd. and Paseo del Norte at the end of Bosque Meadows Rd.), Albuquerque, NM. Free & open to the public. Space is limited; please call 505.897.8831 to reserve seats. Sponsored by Albuquerque Open Space and the City of Albuquerque.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Visions of the Wild Festival in Vallejo, along with many other wildlife and conservation organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers at the Empress Theatre, 330 Virginia St, Vallejo, CA. Open to the public. Admission fee applies. more info.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker; staff training and presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst ~ Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," Walnut Creek, CA. Open to Walnut Creek Open Space staff. Sponsored by City of Walnut Creek Open Space Division.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Jackson Public Library, 52 Main St Jackson, N.H. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Minot-Sleeper Library, Bristol, NH. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Tory Hill Author Series, Warner Town Hall, Warner, N.H.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Gilford Public Library, Gilford, NH. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", USFS Russell Pond Campground, Lincoln, NH. Free & open to the public.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at Community Seventh Day Adventist Pavilion, 2861 Route 10 (separate building, upper parking lot), Summit, NY. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Fundy Audubon, Lubec, Maine.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker at the Society for Conservation Biology North America Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) biennial conference, June 12-18 at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana.The NACCB provides a forum for presenting and discussing new research and developments in conservation science and practice for addressing today's conservation challenges.This Congress will feature numerous symposia, concurrent sessions, workshops, trainings/short courses, field trips, and social events. Symposia topics will include such diverse topics as: the role for genomics in conservation; communicating across cultural boundaries; changing demographics of North America: implications for conservation; the role of private lands in imperiled species management; conservation and energy development; and science and social change: promoting transformation. Camilla Fox of Project Coyote will discuss coexisting with predators, proactive solutions to human-wildlife conflict and successful community-based coexistence models. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", USFS Dolly Copp Campground, Pinkham Notch, NH. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Epsom Public Library, Epsom, NH. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Claremont Public Library, Claremont, NH. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", USFS Campton Campground, Campton, NH. Free & open to the public.

Join Executive Director Camilla Fox and Science Advisory Board member Dr. Bob Crabtree for a film screening and panel discussion about Reforming Predator Management in the United States at the Speak for Wolves conference in Arch Park in Gardiner, MT. Speak for Wolves: Yellowstone 2014 is about reforming wildlife management and taking an important step towards stopping the wolf slaughter that is currently taking place across the United States. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Squam Lake Science Center 'Coyote Day', Squam Lake, NH.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Green Kids Conference along with many other wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers. Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus, 1065 La Avenida St., Bldg. 1, Mountain View, CA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at the Veteran’s Memorial Bldg., 126 First Street West, Sonoma, CA. 95476. Admission at door - $8. Sponsored by Sonoma Birding. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - “Living With Coyotes” at Seekonk, MA Public Library, 410 Newman Ave, Seekonk, MA. Sponsored by Seekonk Animal Control and Conservation Commission. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association, Putney, VT. Free & open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Second Annual New Mexico Walk for Wolves, along with many other wildlife organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico representative Judy Paulsen. The event will take place at Bataan Park, 748 Tulane Dr, NE - ABQ, located between Amherst Drive and Tulane Drive on Lomas Boulevard NE next to the Walgreen's Pharmacy on the northwest corner of Carlisle and Lomas Boulevards. Free & open to the public.

Join Project Coyote Colorado representative Ashley DeLaup at the Town of Superior Arbor Day festival at Founders Park, located at the west end of Coal Creek Drive in Original Town. There will be family friendly activities all morning!

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living With Coyotes", at Waltham Municipal Auditorium, 119 School St, Waltham, MA. Sponsored by Waltham Police and Animal Control. Free & open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Oakland Zoo for Earth Day 2014, along with many other wildlife and conservation organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers, Oakland Zoo, 9777 Golf Links Rd., Oakland. more info.

Rob Ruiz, Chief of Marin County Parks and Project Coyote volunteer - guest speaker, presentation - "Coexisting with Coyotes" at San Francisco City Hall, Room 408, San Francisco. Open to the San Francisco Animal Control and Welfare Commission. Sponsored by San Francisco Animal Control and Welfare Commission

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living With Coyotes", at Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA, sponsored by Wellesley Conservation Council. Free & open to the public.

Come meet Project Coyote's Youth Outreach Associate Grant McComb at the Topanga Lush store and learn what you can do to help ban wildlife killing contests in California. 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park, CA.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the University of New Mexico Wolf Fest along with many other wildlife organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico representative Judy Paulsen. The event will take place at Smith Plaza on UNM's main campus, (the large plaza in front of Zimmerman Library). Wolf Fest is an educational outreach event sponsored by the Biology Undergraduate Society of UNM. It is an event that aims to raise awareness of the endangerment of the N.M. Grey Wolf, also known as the Lobo, UNM's mascot. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Granite State College, Manchester Campus, MillWest Building, Third Floor, 195 McGregor Street, Manchester, NH. Free & open to the public.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst ~ Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at San Francisco County Fair Building, 1199 9th Ave., San Francisco. Open to San Francisco Recreation & Park Staff. Sponsored by San Francisco Recreation & Park Department.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst ~ Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at San Francisco County Fair Building, 1199 9th Ave., San Francisco. Open to San Francisco Recreation & Park Staff. Sponsored by San Francisco Recreation & Park Department.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Chamiza Elementary Science Night and Expo. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico Representative, Judy Paulsen.Chamiza Elementary, 5401 Hoestead Cir., N.W., Albuquerque, NM 87120. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", at Lee Public Library, 9 Mast Road, Lee, N.H., Free and open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the New England Wildlife Center, 500 Columbian St, South Weymouth, MA. more info.

Explore the Rock Creek Trail with ecologist Ashley DeLaup, while on the lookout for coyotes! Getting familiar with your resident coyotes is the key to reducing potential conflict. Hazing in the field will be discussed. Superior, CO, meet at Coalton Road and Indiana by the basketball courts.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at Council Chambers, 26379 Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills, CA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Judy Paulsen - guest speaker, presentation - Screening of the compelling documentary film "American Coyote - Still Wild at Heart," with discussion on how to peacefully coexist with coyotes to follow, at Santa Fe High School, Santa Fe, NM.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at Pomfret Audubon Society, 218 Day Road, Pomfret Center, CT. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the New Haven Community Library, 78 North Street, New Haven, VT. Free & open to the public. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at Billerica Town Hall Auditorium, 365 Boston Road, Billerica, MA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Billerica Police and Animal Control.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Weems International Artfest along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico Representative, Judy Paulsen. Expo New Mexico, Manuel Lujan Building, 300 San Pedro Blvd, N.E., Albuquerque, NM. General Admission $6, Seniors $5. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Weems International Artfest along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico Representative, Judy Paulsen. Expo New Mexico, Manuel Lujan Building, 300 San Pedro Blvd, N.E., Albuquerque, NM. General Admission $6, Seniors $5. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Weems International Artfest along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote New Mexico Representative, Judy Paulsen. Expo New Mexico, Manuel Lujan Building, 300 San Pedro Blvd, N.E., Albuquerque, NM. General Admission $6, Seniors $5. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the Kingston Community Library, 2 Library Lane, Kingston, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Wile E. Coyote - Liberal Arts Major" at the University of New Hampshire, Memorial Union Building, 83 Main Street, Durham, NH. Free and open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the New Hampshire Science Teachers Education Conference, Mill Falls at Church Landing, Meredith, NH. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Wine Country Optics and Nature Festival along with many other Bay Area wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table and pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers. Cornerstone Sonoma, 23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, CA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Sonoma Birding. more info.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," at at Rio Grande Nature Center, 2901 Candelaria, NW, Albuquerque, NM. Free & open to the public. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the Wildlife Conservation Expo along with many other wildlife protection and conservation organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens Street, San Francisco, CA. Admission $75, Students with ID $40. Sponsored by Wildlife Conservation Network. more info.

Chris Schadler - keynote speaker, presentation - "Living Like Coyotes" as part of Science Career Day at Ross A. Lurgio Middle School, 47A Nashua Road, Bedford, NH. Free and open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Living Among Coyotes" at the Strafford County Farm Bureau's 96th Annual Meeting, Jeremiah Smith Grange Hall, 1 Lee Hook Road, Lee, New Hampshire. Free and open to the public. more info.

Join Project Coyote Executive Director Camilla Fox and Science Advisory Board member Dr. Robert Crabtree for 'Living with Apex Predators: A Conversation with Peter Coyote' as part of the Marin Conversations series. The Outdoor Art Club, One W. Blithedale Avenue, Mill Valley, CA. Members $35, General Admission $45. Sponsored by The Commonwealth Club and the Marin Community Foundation. more info.

Dave Parsons - guest speaker, presentation - "Coexisting with Coyotes" at Pajarito Environmental Education Center, 3540 Orange Street, Los Alamos, NM. $5 Members, $6 Non-members. Sponsored by Pajarito Environmental Education Center. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the annual Corrales Harvest Festival along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Village of Corrales, Corrales, NM. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the annual Corrales Harvest Festival along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Village of Corrales, Corrales, NM. more info.

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring a screening of the award-winning documentary film - Wild Things - about the USDA Wildlife Services predator control program. Join us for this free public screening and panel discussion. Person Auditorium, Finley Community Center, 2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa, CA. Open to the public on first come, first served basis. 6:30pm reception & 7pm film screening followed by panel discussion. more info.

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring a screening of the award-winning documentary film - Wild Things - about the USDA Wildlife Services predator control program. Join us for this free public screening and panel discussion. Lark Theater, 549 Magnolia Ave., Larkspur, CA 94939. Open to the public on first come, first served basis. 6pm reception & 7pm film screening followed by panel discussion. more info.

Project Coyote Science Advisory Board member Dr. Shelley Alexander - guest speaker, presentation 'Living with Coyotes & Wolves' at the 3rd Annual Living With Wildlife conference, Creekside Community Center, 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, British Columbia. $30 Members, $40 Non-Members. Sponsored by The Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at Southborough Senior Center, 9 Cordaville Road, Southborough, MA. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Southborough Police and Animal Control. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the Tamalpais Community Information Fair along with many other community organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Tamalpais Valley Community Center, 203 Marin Avenue, Mill Valley, CA. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Southborough Open Land Foundation's 25th Anniversary Celebration - 'Celebrating Nature'. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Beals Preserve on Main Street (across from Chestnut Hill Road), Southborough, MA. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by Southborough Open Land Foundation. more info.

Join Project Coyote and other wolf and wildlife conservationists from across the country in Washington D.C. on September 7 for The National Rally to Protect America's Wolves and demand continued federal protection for endangered grey wolves. The National Mall, Washington, D.C. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at Idyllwild Nature Center's Labor Day Family Fun Weekend along with several other animal protection and rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Idyllwild Nature Center, 25225 Hwy 243, Idyllwild, CA. $3 for adults, $2 for children 2-12, and $1 for Dogs (must be leashed). Sponsored by Idyllwild Nature Center. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the 5th Annual Mill Valley Dog Show along with many other animal rescue and protection organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Whole Foods Market, 731 East Blithedale, Mill Valley, CA. Free & open to the public. Hosted by Whole Foods Market. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, 535 Lost Nation Rd, Craftsbury Common, VT. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Craftsbury Outdoor Center and Hosmer Watershed Group. more info.

Join Project Coyote and many other wildlife and environmental organizations at the annual Martinez Beaver Festival. Stop by our exhibit table to pick up some free literature, meet Project Coyote representatives and learn more about our wild neighbors. Free music & lots of fun & play for all ages (including a children's parade!). Sponsored by Worth a Dam. Location: "Beaver Park" (at the corner of Marina Vista and Alhambra Ave.), Martinez, CA. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at The Randall Library, 19 Crescent Street, Stow, MA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table at the 21st Anniversary Celebration of Whole Foods Market on Miller Avenue in Mill Valley. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Whole Foods Market, 414 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, CA. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the USFS Russell Pond Campground, Campton, NH. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the US Forest Service. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at Idyllwild Animal Rescue Foundation's Pet Expo along with many other animal protection and rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. Idyllwild Community Center, corner of CA-243 and Ridgeview Drive. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Idyllwild Animal Rescue Friends (ARF) and Mountain Disaster Preparedness (MDP). more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the Moultonborough Public Library, Program Room, 4 Holland Street, Moultonborough, NH. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Moultonborough Public Library. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the USFS Campton Campground, Campton, NH. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the US Forest Service. more info.

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring screenings of the new and highly acclaimed documentary film - Wild Things - about the USDA Wildlife Services predator control program. Join us for this free public screening and panel discussion that includes Project Coyote Executive Director, Camilla Fox. The David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA. Open to the public on first come, first served basis. RSVP required online at www.wildthingsmovie.org. More info..

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring screenings of the new and highly acclaimed documentary film - Wild Things - about the USDA Wildlife Services predator control program. Join us for this free public screening and panel discussion. San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SF SPCA), 243 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA. Open to the public on first come, first served basis. RSVP required online at www.wildthingsmovie.org. More info..

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring screenings of the new and highly acclaimed documentary film - Wild Things - about the USDA Wildlife Services predator control program. Join us for this free public screening and panel discussion that includes Project Coyote Executive Director, Camilla Fox. Crest Theater, 1013 K Street, Sacramento, CA. Open to the public on first come, first served basis. RSVP required online at www.wildthingsmovie.org. More info..

Camilla Fox- guest speaker at the American Society of Mammologists' (ASM) annual conference, June 14-18 in Philadelphia, PA.The ASM Conservation Committee is sponsoring a special thematic session on Mammalian Predator Control, with 4 talks followed by a 30-min discussion period. Camilla Fox of Project Coyote and the Animal Welfare Institute will discuss some of the problems with traditional predator management and the need for the integration of science, ethics and community-based adaptive management strategies to help resolve human-carnivore conflicts. Stewart Breck of USDA-APHIS National Wildlife Research Center, will present 11 years of research results on non-lethal methods of reducing human-carnivore conflict. Marco Musiani, of University of Calgary, will discuss the importance of social, economic, and ethical evaluations—as well as ecological evaluations—of lethal wolf control in areas with both domestic and wild ungulate prey. Jeremy Bruskotter, of Ohio State University, will examine psychological, social, and institutional factors that perpetuate the Western wolf conflict, with pro- and anti-wolf groups having widely divergent views about the risks and benefits of wild wolf populations. Presenters: Bradley Bergstrom, Camilla Fox, Steward Breck, Marco Musiani, Jeremy Bruskotter. more info.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Wildlife Festival at Wildlife West Nature Park along with many other wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers. Wildlife West Nature Park, 87 North Frontage Road, Edgewood, NM. More info..

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at The San Dimas Canyon Nature Center's annual fundraiser - 2013 San Dimas Ho'olaule'a - along with many other wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. San Dimas Canyon Park and Nature Center, 1628 N. Sycamore Canyon Road, San Dimas, CA. Free & open to the public. More info..

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at The San Dimas Canyon Nature Center's annual fundraiser - 2013 San Dimas Ho'olaule'a - along with many other wildlife and environmental organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote representatives. San Dimas Canyon Park and Nature Center, 1628 N. Sycamore Canyon Road, San Dimas, CA. Free & open to the public. More info..

Camilla Fox - guest speaker, presentation - "Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog," as part of the Discover Nature Lecture Series at Pepperwood Preserve, 2130 Pepperwood Preserve Road, Santa Rosa, CA. Free & open to the public. More info.

Join Project Coyote's Judy Paulsen and Dave Parsons for a screening of the compelling documentary film "American Coyote - Still Wild at Heart" at Flying Star Cafe, 10700 Corrales Road, Corrales, NM. Discussion on how to peacefully coexist with coyotes in Corrales to follow. Free and open to the public.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at Fetch-apalooza 5 along with many other wildlife and animal rescue organizations. Come stop by our table to pick up some free literature and meet Project Coyote staff and volunteers. Albuquerque Journal Center, 7777 Jefferson St. NE, Albuquerque, NM. Free & open to the public. More info..

Ashley DeLaup - guest speaker, presentation - "Coexisting with Coyotes" as part of Jefferson County Open Space's Spring into Service event, Crown Hill Park, Lakewood, CO. Sponsored by Jefferson County Open Space. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes in Cambridge" at the Maynard Ecology Center, Neville Place lower level, 650 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MA. Free & open to the public, registration requested. Sponsored by Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation. more info.

Project Coyote's Stacey Evans will be moderating the discussion "Wildlife Issues: Coyote and Fox Penning and Wildlife Trade" at the MSBA Animal law Section's 4th Annual Animal Law Symposium, Westminster Hall, 519 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD. Open to the public, registration required. more info.

Chris Schadler – guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England" at the Harris Center for Conservation Education, 83 King's Highway, Hancock, NH. Free & open to the public. Cosponsored by the Harris Center for Conservation Education and the Hancock Town Library. more info.

Ashley DeLaup - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at the Bear Creek Nature Center, 255 Bear Creek Rd, Colorado Springs, CO. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Bear Creek Nature Center. more info.

Ashley DeLaup - guest speaker, presentation - "Coexisting with Coyotes/Coyote Hazing Volunteer Training Kick-Off Meeting," Town Hall Meeting Room, 124 E. Coal Creek Drive, Superior, CO. Sponsored by the Town of Superior, CO. Free & open to the public. more info.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- "Living with Coyotes" at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Assabet's visitor centre at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, 680 Hudson Road, Sudbury, MA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog. Santa Rosa Junior College, Natural Resource Management Program, Santa Rosa, California.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- "Coexisting with Coyotes" at the Arlington Senior Center, 27 Maple Street, Arlington, MA. Free & open to the public (limited seating for non ALT members). Sponsored by Arlington Land Trust more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Living with Coyotes" at the Goodrich Memorial Library, 202 Main Street, Newport, VT. Free & open to the public. more info.

Dave Parsons- guest speaker, presentation- "Living with Coyotes" at the Cerrillos Hills State Park Visitor's Center, Main Street, Cerrillos, NM. Free & open to the public.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog. Highlands Recreation Center (1851 Lexington Ave., San Mateo, CA). Free & open to the public. more info.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker at the Yolo Basin Foundation's Flyway Nights public lecture series; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog and screening of film "American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart." Location: Yolo Basin Foundation, Sponsored by the Yolo Basin Foundation. more info.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in our Midst - Learning to Live with North America's Native Song Dog. The Outdoor Art Club (One West Blithedale, Mill Valley, CA). Free and open to the public. more info.

Join Project Coyote Executive Director Camilla Fox at the Western Women's Tracking Conference at the lovely Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in Occidental, CA. "Come explore a detailed and broad perspective of tracking through animals, trailing, landscapes, watersheds, flora, dance, and art..." Camilla will lead a workshop about Understanding North America's Native Song Dog ~ Coyote Ecology & Behavior from 9-12am on Sat. Oct. 27th. more info.

Come visit Project Coyote's exhibit table at Earth Island Institute's 13th Annual Brower Youth Award Ceremonies- "The premier awards honoring bold young environmental leaders." Location: Herbst Theatre War Memorial Veterans Building, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA . Tickets for the awards ceremony are free; however, advance reservation is required. Reserve your place by clicking HERE.

Ashley DeLaup- guest speaker; presentation- Coexisting with Coyotes. Location- Rocky Mountain Fire District - Superior Facility, 2701 S. Indiana Street, Town of Superior, CO. Sponsored by the town of Superior. Free & open to the public. more info.

Project Coyote's Executive Director Camilla Fox and Advisory Board member Dr. Paul Paquet are co-organizers of the session "Linking Animal and Conservation Ethics: A Challenge in Conservation" at The Wildlife Society Conference in Portland, OR (Oct. 13-18th). In this session, presenters will: "confront the occasional reticence to making ethics in general a primary concern in wildlife conservation and management" and "generate discussion about how ethics and consideration of shifting public values around animal welfare can strengthen wildlife conservation and management and encourage broader agreement among divergent groups." In addition, Camilla will present the following talk at the conference: Predator "management" in the United States: Values, ethics & alternatives.
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Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Wildly Successful Livestock Production: Coexisting with Coyotes. New Hampshire Farm Bureau Annual Conference, Gilmanton Iron Works, NH

Join Project Coyote, Marin County Parks and other local organizations at Marin County Parks 40th Anniversary Block Party at Marinwood Park in San Rafael. Stop by our exhibit table, pick up some free literature and learn more about our wild neighbors. Free music & food & lots of fun & play for all ages. more info.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- "Living with Coyotes" at the Government Center Auditorium, 119 School St. Waltham, MA. Sponsored by the Waltham Police Dept. and Animal Control. Free & open to the public.

"Coexisting with Coyotes~ Celebrating the Marin Coyote Coalition"
Join us for an evening educational forum about Coexisting with Coyotes, highlighting the partnership between Project Coyote, The Marin Humane Society, and Marin County Parks. These agencies came together and created the Marin Coyote Coalition to help coordinate the ways in which all of our local agencies respond to concerns about Coyotes. One of the most important elements of this coalition has been educating Marin County residents about properly coexisting with Coyotes. Camilla Fox, Director of Project Coyote, will discuss the ecology and behavior of these fascinating animals, and she will provide tips and tools about living with coyotes. We will also have County Agricultural Commissioner Stacy Carlsen on hand to comment on the successful efforts in minimizing conflicts between coyotes and livestock in West Marin. Location: Marin Humane Society Auditorium, 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato, CA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Join Project Coyote and stop by our exhibit table for information about living with coyotes at the 2nd Annual Pet Fair in the City of Pico Rivera, CA. Sponsored by the City of Pico Rivera Department of Parks and Recreation. Free & open to the public. Location: Pico Park, 9528 Beverly Blvd., City of Pico Rivera. more info.

Join Project Coyote and stop by our exhibit table at the Martinez Beaver Festival for information about living with coyotes. Free & open to the public (& kids!) & Sponsored by Worth a Dam. Location: "Beaver Park"- Martinez, CA. more info.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Campton Campground, Campton NH.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- "Living with Coyotes" ~ Project Coyote at the Botume House, 4 Woodland Road, Stoneham, MA. Sponsored by the The Middlesex Fells Dog Owner Group Presents. Free & open to the public. More info here

"Living With the New Hampshire Coyote" Workshop. Chris Schadler- guest speaker. Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Center, Concord, NH (54 Portsmouth Street). More info. here

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. USFS Russell Pond Campground, Campton NH.

Ashley DeLaup- guest speaker; presentation- Coexisting with Coyotes. Location: Superior Town Hall. Sponsored by the town of Superior. Superior, CO (Superior Town Hall is located on the corner of Coal Creek Drive and McCaslin Boulevard three-tenths of a mile south of U.S. 36 - the Boulder/Denver Turnpike).

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- "Living with Coyotes ~ Project Coyote" at the Concord Environmental Office, 141 Keyes road, Concord, MA. Free & open to the public.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Chelmsford Garden Club, Unitarian Universalist Church, Chelmsford, MA.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Living with Coyotes at the Coexisting with Carnivores Community Forum. Location: IslandWood 4450 Blakely Ave. Bainbridge Island, WA. More info.

Gina Farr- guest speaker, presentation- Coexisting with Coyotes. Location: San Francisco SPCA (16th and Alabama), San Francisco, CA.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- All About Coyotes class for the Wakefield School system. Event will include coyote ecology, identification and hazing techniques. Sponsored by the Protection of Animals in Wakefield Society and the Parent Teachers Organization).Galvin Middle School, 60 Farm Street, Wakefield, MA.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Living Like Coyotes: What a Successful Predator can Teach Us About Surviving Change. New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Annual Conference Keene, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire. more info.

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- Coyote Safety class for the Waltham Winter Girl Scout Encampment. Event will include coyote ecology, identification and hazing techniques. A walk in the woods will follow the presentation. Location: 265 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA.

Camilla Fox - guest speaker at community public forum, "Learning to co-exist peacefully with coyotes". Sponsored by the City of Calabasas, CA- Founders Hall, Calabasas Public Library, 200 Civic Center Drive More info

Rob Ruiz (Chief Park Ranger Marin County Department of Parks and Open Space and Project Coyote Volunteer)- guest speaker; presentation- Living with Coyotes- Marin County Library, Marin Civic Center, San Rafael, CA

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- Living with Coyotes. Belmont Media Center, 9 Lexington St, Belmont, MA

John Maguranis- guest speaker, presentation- Living with Coyotes. Mass Audubon, 10 Juniper Rd, Belmont, MA

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Wolfeboro Garden Club, Unitarian Universalist Church, Wolfeboro, NH.

Come visit Project Coyote's booth at the Wildlife Conservation Network's Expo in San Francisco. more info

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Living with Urban Coyotes: Non-lethal Strategies for Predator Control at the Living with Wildlife Conference, sponsored by the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals. American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart film will also be shown at 7pm EST. Location: Metro Hall, 55 John Street (South-east corner of King and John, two blocks east of Spadina), Toronto, Ontario. more info.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Fundy Chapter, Maine Audubon, Cobscook Community Learning Center, Trescott, Maine.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Campton Campground, Campton NH.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Balsams Grand Hotel, Dixville Notch, NH. )

Camilla Fox and John Hadidian of HSUS co-organizing session on Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Integrating Ethics, Animal Welfare, and Science at the Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference Symposia, June 20-23, 2011. Sydney, Australia. (more info.)

Dave Parsons- guest speaker; presentation- Living in Coyote-land. Sponsored by REI. Location: Santa Fe REI, 500 Market Street, Suite 100, Santa Fe, NM (in the new Railyard district). more info

Gina Farr- guest speaker; presentation- Living with Coyotes. Sponsored by San Francisco Recreation & Parks and Project Coyote. San Francisco County Fair Bldg., Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.more info.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Nashwat Chapter of NH Audobon at the Nashua Public Libary, NH.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Friends of the Jaffrey NH Library, Jaffrey, NH.

Chris Schadler and Hope Ryden (Project Coyote Advisory Board member) to speak about Living with Coyotes in Holmesville, Ontario. Sponsored by the Peaceful Parks Coalition. more info.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. The Little Nature Museum, Hopkinton Library, Hopkinton, NH.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Thompson School, UNH, in Cole Hall, NH.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Essex County Co-op, DiBurrow's Resteraunt, Haverhill, MA.

Rob Ruiz (Chief Park Ranger Marin County Department of Parks and Open Space and Project Coyote Volunteer)- guest speaker; presentation- Living with Coyotes in Marin. Location: Sleepy Hollow Clubhouse, 1317 Butterfield Road, San Anselmo. Sponsored by the Sleepy Hollow Homes Association.

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Appalachian Mountain Club, Pinkham Notch, NH.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Song Dog and screening of film American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsor: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District. Location: Portola Town Center, Portola, CA.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Song Dog and screening of film American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsor: Marin Audubon Society. Location: Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary in Tiburon, CA. (more info.)

Chris Schadler- guest speaker; presentation- Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in a Changing Landscape. Boxford Trails Association Open Lands Trust, Boxford, MA (location TBA). (more info.)

Coyotes in Our Midst: Camilla Fox - guest speaker and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Presented by by Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, San Gabriel Valley Friends of Wildlife, Project Coyote & the Animal Welfare Institute. Location: L.A. COUNTY ARBORETUM, 301 N. BALDWIN AVE., ARCADIA, CA More info. here.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Augusta Nature Club, Cony Vocational Center, Augusta Maine

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation ~ Coexisting with Coyotes ~ Why America's Native Song Dog Matters, Why We Should Care, and What We Can Do at the Animal Grantmakers Conference, November 14-16, 2010 at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center Hotel in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (more info.)

Camilla Fox- invited guest speaker of the Oakland Zoo Conservation and Education Department. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’” and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Oakland Zoo, Oakland California. (more info.)

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Song Dog and screening of film American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsored by the Mt. Diablo Interpretive Association. Concord, CA.

Invited Guest Geri Vistein, presents "Coyote ~ America's Songdog" at the Highlands Senior Living, Topsham, Maine

Camilla Fox- guest speaker at the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Councilís International Education Symposium. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (more info)

Camilla Fox will appear at the Bioneers 2010 conference ( October 15-17, at the Marin Center in San Rafael, California) (more info). Her panel is "Wild Creatures" and it will take place Sun 10/17 from 4:30 - 6. The direct link to Camilla's page on Bioneers is here.

Geri Vistein, guest speaker, presents "Coyote ~ America's Songdog" at the Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library, Sanford, Maine

Geri Vistein, guest speaker, presents "Coyote ~ America's Songdog" at the Freeport Community Library, Freeport, Maine

Camilla Fox - guest speaker and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsored by the the Rossmoor Nature Association, Walnut Creek, California. The presentation will be held in the Peacock Hall of the Gateway complex, which is located at 1001 Golden Rain Road, Walnut Creek. Click here for more info.

Geri Vistein invited speaker, presents "Coyote ~ America's Songdog" at the Appleton Public Library, Appleton, Maine

Geri Vistein guest speaker; guest speaker; presentation "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Auburn Public Library, Auburn, Maine.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." York Public Library, York, Maine.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild "Song Dog" and screening of film "American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart." Broomfield Auditorium, Broomfield, CO. Sponsored by Broomfield Open Space and Trails and Broomfield Open Space Foundation (more info).

Come visit Project Coyote's booth at Wildlife Conservation Network's Expo in San Francisco (more info).

Camilla Fox & Project Coyote Advisory Board member, Dr. Marc Bekoff, invited guest speakers at the Compassionate Conservation International Symposium in Oxford, England. Camilla will discuss predator management in the U.S. And Dr. Bekoff will discuss ethics and animal welfare in conservation. More information: compassionateconservation.org (Read Camilla’s experience of the conference on Huffington Post)

Geri Vistein - guest speaker and presentation,"Farming with Carnivores,î Maine Common Ground Fair, Unity, Maine.

Project Coyote exhibit booth at the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardners Association Common Ground Country Fair , Unity, Maine (more info.).

Geri Vistein guest speaker; presentation "I am Coyote" outdoor experience for area school children as part of Bay Day hosted by the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay at the Wildlife Refuge in Bowdoinham.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Kennebunk Free Library Kennebunk, Maine.

Maine Alpaca Association Great Wall Restaurant, Augusta, Maine "Coyote ~ America's Songdog"

Camilla Fox- guest speaker and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsored by the Tam Valley Community Center, Mill Valley, California. Click here for more.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild "Song Dog" and screening of film "American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart." Strybing Arboretum, Golden Gate Park. Sponsored by Department of the Environment, City & County of San Francisco.

Geri Vistein - guest speaker and presentation, "Coyote: America's Songdog." Schoodic Point Education and Research Center, Moore Auditorium, Acadia National Park. Camilla Fox- guest speaker and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsored by the El Dorado Nature Center, Long Beach, California. BORDERS BOOKS- SF UNION SQUARE WORLD OF WOLVES ~ Join wolf experts Dr. Paul Paquet and Dr. Marco Musiani discuss wolf/wild canid conservation and their new books- The World of Wolves: New Perspectives on Ecology, Behaviour and Management and New Era for Wolves and People: Wolf Recovery, Human Attitudes, and Policy, published by Calgary Press. Sponsored by Project Coyote. Location: BORDERS BOOKS- SF UNION SQUARE, 400 Post

BOOK PASSAGE WORLD OF WOLVES ~ Join wolf experts Dr. Paul Paquet and Dr. Marco Musiani discuss wolf/wild canid conservation and their new books- The World of Wolves: New Perspectives on Ecology, Behaviour and Management and New Era for Wolves and People: Wolf Recovery, Human Attitudes, and Policy, published by Calgary Press. Sponsored by Project Coyote. Location: BOOK PASSAGE 51Tamal Vista Blvd. Crte Madera, California. Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Ellsworth Public Library, Ellsworth, Maine.

MARIN HUMANE SOCIETY WORLD OF WOLVES ~ Join wolf experts Dr. Paul Paquet and Dr. Marco Musiani discuss wolf/wild canid conservation and their new books- The World of Wolves: New Perspectives on Ecology, Behaviour and Management and New Era for Wolves and People: Wolf Recovery, Human Attitudes, and Policy, published by Calgary Press. Sponsored by Project Coyote. Location: MARIN HUMANE SOCIETY, 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd. Novato, California.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Lincoln Home Newcastle, Maine.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." Camden Public Library, Camden, Maine.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- "Coyote ~ America's Songdog." PM Lithgow Public Library, Augusta, Maine.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker and Rob Ruiz, chief park ranger of the Marin County Parks and Open Space Department, will discuss "Living with Coyotes in Marin” at the Pool Pavilion on James Black, Novato, California. Sponsored by the Pacheco Valle’s Master Association. Click here for more.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; experiential all day workshop "I am Coyote.” Chop Point School on the Merrymeeting Bay. Hosted by the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.

Camilla Fox- guest speaker and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Lindsay Museum, Walnut Creek, California.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- “Coyote~ America's Songdog.” Maine Coast Heritage Trust Conference of Maine's Land Trusts (and Project Coyote exhibit).

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- “Coyote~ America's Songdog.” Jackson Memorial Library, Tenants Harbor, Maine.

-Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog. Barrels Market, Waterville, Maine.

(This is a re-scheduled event as Camilla’s talk on 12/7 was canceled due to weather)
Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker of the Nevada Humane Society and TrailSafe Nevada. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’” at the Nevada Humane Society, Reno, Nevada. More information.

Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker and Rob Ruiz, chief park ranger of the Marin County Parks and Open Space Department, will discuss "Living with Coyotes" in a presentation set for 7 to 9 p.m. April 5. The meeting will be at Christ Presbyterian Church at 620 Del Ganado Road in Terra Linda. The event is sponsored by the Los Ranchitos Improvement Association, Mont Marin/San Rafael Park Neighborhood Association, North San Rafael Coalition of Residents, Santa Margarita Neighborhood Association, Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association and Terra Linda Homeowners Association. More info.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Rockland Public Library (Maine), hosted by the Georges River Land Trust.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Stockton Springs Town Hall (Maine). Sponsored by the town of Stockton Springs.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Brunswick Library, (Maine). Hosted by The Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.

Dr. Marc Bekoff (Project Coyote Advisory Board member)- guest speaker; presentation- Coyotes~ Love Them & Leave Them Alone at the Boulder County Audubon Society (5001 Pennsylvania Avenue, Boulder, CO; More information.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Otisfield Community School (Maine) sponsored by the Town of Otisfield.

Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker of the Randall Museum’s San Francisco Natural History Lecture Series. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’”. More information.

Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker of the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History in Pacific Grove, California. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’” and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. More information.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Brunswick Library, (Maine). Hosted by The Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.

Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker of the Marin County Parks & Open Space Department. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’” at the Marinwood Community Center, San Rafael, California. More information.

Project Coyote and the Animal Welfare Institute are co-organizing a session on urban coyotes at the Defenders of Wildlife Carnivore Conservation in a Changing World Conference in Denver, Colorado (Nov. 16-18). Camilla Fox is organizing and moderating the session, Urban Coyotes: Ecology, Management & Ethics, and Camilla, Megan Draheim, Project Coyote Advisory Board member Dr. Marc Bekoff, Stanley Gehrt, Seth Riley, and Heather Wieczorek Hudenko will present individual talks within this session. For more information, visit the conference website.

Camilla Fox, invited guest speaker of the City of Centennial. Presentation: “Coyotes in Our Midst ~ Learning to Live with America's Wild ‘Song Dog’”. City of Centennial, City Council Chambers, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, Colorado. For more information visit the City of Centennial’s website.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Belfast Free Library, (Maine).

Geri Vistein- “I Am Coyote” (experiential program for kids; three 70 minute long sessions). Forest Day at China Elementery School, China, Maine.

Visit Project Coyote at our exhibit booth on Tuesday October 20th from 5:30pm-9pm at the 10th Annual Brower Youth Awards which will take place at the historic Herbst Theater – 401 Van Ness Avenue (at McAllister Street) in San Francisco. Stop by, say hi, and pick up some of our new materials. For more information, visit the Earth Island Institute’s website.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Maine Science Teachers Conference , Gardiner Area High School in Gardiner, Maine.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit table and information booth at the Wildlife Conservation Network Expo (Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens St, San Francisco). Come hear Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Greg Rasmussen and Peter Blinston of the Painted Dog Conservation, and Dr. Claudio Sillero of the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Program among others speak about conservation efforts on behalf of wildlife across the globe. Click here for more information.

Project Coyote will have an exhibit booth at the MOFGA 32nd Common Ground Country Fair in Unity, Maine and Geri Vistein of Project Coyote will present "Your Farm is an Ecosystem ~ Keep all the Parts: Farming with Coyote" at the fair on September 26th at 12:00 noon. For more information, click here.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- I Am Coyote (experiential program for kids; three 50 minute long sessions). Merrymeeting Bay Wildlife Management Area in Bowdoinham, Maine.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Your Farm, Your Woodlot, Your Land ... a Complex Ecosystem. Save all the Parts" at the Washington (Maine) Library.

Geri Vistein- guest speaker; presentation- Coyote~ America's Songdog at the Tenants Harbor (Maine) Library.

Megan Draheim- guest speaker on Animal House on WAMU Radio, August 8, 2009: LISTEN NOW

Geri Vistein- guest speaker on Radio WERU (FM 89.9 Blue Hill & 102.9 Bangor)- "Creating Healthy Coexistence ~ Relationships with Coyote" (now available online)

Camilla Fox- invited guest speaker. Presentation- Living with Coyotes in North America: Challenges & Opportunities and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart at the University of Western Sydney, Sydney Australia.

Project Coyote and the Animal Welfare Institute are co-organizing several events at the International Minding Animals Conference in New Castle, Australia. Camilla Fox is the organizer and moderator of the panel, Wildlife in the City, in which she will present Living with Coyotes in North America: Challenges & Opportunities, and the organizer of the seminar session, Integrating Values and Ethics into Wildlife Policy and Management ~ Lessons from North America in which both she and Project Coyote Advisory Board member, Marc Bekoff will present and lead a group discussion. For more information, visit the conference website

Geri Vistein – invited guest speaker. Presentation- Coyote~ America's SongDog. Sponsor- the Great Pond Conservation Land Trust’s annual member’s meeting: Alamoosook Lakeside Inn, Orland, Maine at 7:30pm.

Megan Draheim- speaker. Megan will discuss her thesis findings regarding human attitudes and urban coyotes at the International Conference on Human Ecology. For more information, visit the conference website.

Project Coyote and the Animal Welfare Institute are co-organizing a session on urban coyotes at the International Symposium on Urban Wildlife Ecology and Management. The conference will be held at the Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center on the University of Massachusetts campus in Amherst, Massachusetts. Camilla Fox and Megan Draheim of Project Coyote will both present at this conference. For more information, click here.

(7pm): Camilla Fox will be the guest speaker at the Kings Mountain Community Center and Firehouse in Woodside, California, sponsored by the Kings Mountain Women

Geri Vistein -invited guest speaker at the Wolf Inquiry Project information and training session. Presentation- Coyote ~ America’s Songdog. Fields Pond Audubon Center in Holden, Maine. Project Coyote supports the the Wolf Inquiry Project, an independent citizen science project that is proactively investigating Maine's north woods for the presence of gray wolf, and encourages those interested in volunteering to contact our Maine partner, the Wildlife Alliance of Maine.

(2-3:30pm) Project Coyote Advisory Board member, Dr. Marc Bekoff, will be the featured guest speaker at a community forum on coyotes at Greenwood Village, Colorado (location- Westlands Park Center Pavillion, 5701 South Quebec Street, Greenwood Village).

(6:30pm): Geri Vistein -invited guest speaker. Belfast Bay Watershed Group, Belfast, Maine

Geri Vistein -invited guest speaker and educator. Friends of Merrymeeting Bay, Richmond, Maine – Bay Day experiential day for kids

Project Coyote will have an exhibit booth at the Earth Island Institute’s opening of the new David Brower Center. This event promises to provide a day of fun for the whole family with lectures, live music, and film screenings. For more information: visit their website.

Dave Parsons- invited guest speaker. Presentation Living in Coyote-land and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Cerrillos, New Mexico

Geri Vistein – Project Coyote tabling exhibit at the 2009 Wildlife Appreciation Day, State Capitol Bldg., Augusta, Maine

Camilla Fox -invited guest speaker. Presentation: Coexisting with Wile E. Coyote and screening of American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart. Sponsored by the Los Altos Hills Open Space Committee, along with Hidden Villa and the Mid Peninsula Regional Open Space District. Council Chambers at Town Hall in Los Altos Hills, California. To view the presentation online, visit the Los Altos Open Space District’s website.

Geri Vistein- invited guest speaker. Audubon, Field’s Pond, Holden, Maine

Geri Vistein -invited guest speaker. Unity College, Unity, Maine

Camilla Fox- invited guest speaker. Presentation: The Marin County Strategic Plan for Protection of Livestock & Wildlife. California Agricultural Commissioner and Sealers Association Conference. Holiday Inn, Capitol Plaza, Sacramento, California

Camilla Fox- session organizer, speaker, and moderator for two sessions: Integrating Values and Ethics into Wildlife Policy and Management- Food for Thought and Wildlife Management in the 21st Century – Moving Beyond the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation at the Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Conference. Estes Park, Colorado. Camilla also gave an individual presentation: Predator management in the U.S.: Reforming an anachronistic paradigm

Camilla Fox- invited keynote speaker. Presentation Coyotes in Our Midst: Conflicts, Controversies & Strategies for Coexistence. Maryland State Animal Control Conference. Ocean Beach, Maryland

Camilla Fox- invited Stephen Meyer Memorial Fund guest speaker. Presentation: The Politics of Predation ~ Moving Beyond Traditional Predator Control. Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy -->
Upcoming Events

Join Project Coyote at the Third Annual Fibershed Wool & Fine Fiber Symposium: Enhancing Diversity: The Ecology of Wool. Project Coyote Advisory Board member and predator friendly rancher Keli Hendricks will provide an informative presentation on predator-friendly ranching practices. Located at the Dance Palace, 503 B Street, Point Reyes Station, CA. Symposium tickets $40. Fibershed Marketplace free & open to the public. more info.

John Maguranis - guest speaker, presentation - “Living With Coyotes” at Medway Public Library, 26 High Street, Medway, MA. Free & open to the public. more info.

Project Coyote is co-sponsoring a free screening of the award winning documentary film - Cowspiracy - about the devastating environmental impact large-scale factory farming has on our planet, and offers a path to global sustainability for a growing population. Join us for this free public screening. Whole Foods Market Community Room, St. Francis Location, 1090 S St. Francis Drive, Santa Fe, NM. Free & open to the public. Sponsored by Project Coyote, Guardians, Thai Vegan, and TrapFree NM. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Smyth Public Library, 55 High Street, Candia, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Dover Public Library, 73 Locust St., Dover, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

Chris Schadler - guest speaker, presentation - "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote in New England", Paul Memorial Library 76 Main St Newfields, NH. Free & open to the public. more info.

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