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 CONSIDERING THE MOTIVATIONS AND PSYCHOLOGIES OF PEOPLE WHO KILL WILD ANIMALSBehavior follows mindset. How beliefs harm animals.Length: 1:55► FOSTERING COEXISTENCE▲TOP OF PAGE As the dominant species what are our responsibilities to other species? Going beyond tolerance to acceptance and more. Looking at more than utilitarian value. Moving from belief to action. Respecting the value of all creatures. How to frame the conversation about wildlife. The only species with true responsibility for their actions. Matching integrity with values. Asking questions about our reasons for killing predators. The pleasure seeking killing of predators. Enduring early views on predators. Do the ends justify the means? Behavior follows mindset. How beliefs harm animals. Wolves as symbolic as our relationship to nature. Combination of conservation biological and wildlife ethics.