VIEW BY TOPIC►Featured►About Project Coyote ►Why Coyotes?►Reforming Predator Management►Wildlife Killing Contests►California Commission Hearings►Ranching with Wildlife ►Marin Livestock & Wildlife Protection Program►Coyote Friendly Communities►Fostering Coexistence►Science & Stewardship►Science Advisory Board►Significance of Yellowstone►Coyote Ecology►Wildlife as Public Assets►Keeping It Wild ~ Youth Education►Artists for Wild Nature BRAD BERGSTROM: WHY I JOINED THE PROJECT COYOTE SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARDUsing solid science to move from control to coexistence.Length: 1:12► SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD▲TOP OF PAGE Why science is important for conservation. Using solid science to move from control to coexistence. Learning to do what’s right for carnivores. An ethicist in collaboration with scientists. From control to coexistence. Using evidence and science to inform and engage. Species that have a great impact. Combination of conservation biological and wildlife ethics. Using science for advocacy. Knowledge for knowledge sake?