Coexistence is an active community effort

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YOUR COMMUNITY CARNIVORE AWARE

COYOTE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES™

A range of brochures, tips and other useful material to share in both English and Spanish.

ARTICLES AND FACTSHEETS

View important carnivore related media coverage and factsheets here.

CARNIVORES AND LIVESTOCK

Information about the predator friendly ranching and resources lists for ranchers here.

INFOGRAPHICS AND DIAGRAMS

Infographics help explain ideas and information in a simple visual manner.

COYOTE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES™

PROJECT COYOTE

Learn about Project Coyote and why we advocate for the protection of native carnivores. You can also find out more about what you can do to help wildlife.

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DOGS AND COYOTES

Coyotes are common in urban areas. Understanding canine behavior and modifying our own behavior is essential to peaceful coexistence with our wild neighbors.

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COYOTE DOOR HANGER

Our cities and towns are home for people, as well as native plants, birds, and animals. You may see or hear your neighbor, the coyote. Learning about our urban coyote prevents conflicts and helps us to live in harmony.

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COEXISTING WITH COYOTES

A comprehensive full-color brochure, Project Coyote’s Coexisting with Coyotes brochure includes information about coyote ecology, biology, and mitigation strategies to reduce negative encounters with coyotes in both urban and rural environments. Considered one of the best coyote brochures available, several agencies and communities use this brochure in their educational outreach efforts. Available in English and Spanish.

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COYOTE HAZING FIELD GUIDE

Keeping coyotes wild and wary is the key to successful coexistence. This full-color brochure teaches you about “hazing”, a powerful tool for keeping coyotes at a distance by reinforcing the coyote’s natural wariness of people. Discover what hazing is, when and how to do it, and how to avoid common mistakes. Our Coyote Hazing Field Guide is a practical and information-packed tool for use by individuals, agencies, parks and open space departments, and all community education and outreach efforts.

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COEXISTING WITH COYOTES

EDUCATIONAL TIPS CARD Project Coyote’s laminated and colorful tips cards provide tips on how to coexist with coyotes and mitigate conflicts.

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BE COYOTE AWARE

EDUCATIONAL FLYER Designed for use by agencies, parks and open space departments, and communities, Project Coyote’s BE COYOTE AWARE flyer informs the public about coyotes and mitigation strategies to reduce negative encounters. Contact us if you would like to use this flyer for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). This free flyer helps expand community educational outreach efforts to promote compassionate coexistence. Available in English and Spanish.

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BE COYOTE AWARE

EDUCATIONAL SIGN Designed for use by agencies, parks and open space departments, and communities, Project Coyote’s BE COYOTE AWARE flyer informs the public about coyotes and mitigation strategies to reduce negative encounters. Contact us if you would like to use this flyer for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). This free flyer helps expand community educational outreach efforts to promote compassionate coexistence. Available in English and Spanish.

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DON’T FEED WILDLIFE

EDUCATIONAL SIGN Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, in open space areas with active wildlife populations, Project Coyote’s DON’T FEED WILDLIFE sign helps inform the public about keeping wildlife wild. Contact us if you would like to use this sign for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). This free sign helps expand community educational outreach efforts to promote compassionate coexistence. Available in English and Spanish.

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DON’T FEED WILDLIFE

EDUCATIONAL SIGN Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, in open space areas with active wildlife populations, Project Coyote’s DON’T FEED WILDLIFE sign helps inform the public about keeping wildlife wild. Contact us if you would like to use this sign for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). This free sign helps expand community educational outreach efforts to promote compassionate coexistence. Available in English and Spanish.

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COEXISTING WITH COYOTES CITY PLAN

DENVER’S COYOTES LEARN TO LIVE WITH HUMAN NEIGHBORS Camilla Fox interviews Ashley DeLaup, Wildlife Ecologist from the City and County of Denver, AWI Quarterly, Summer 2010. Learn about how the city and county of Denver has become a model trend-setter by adopting and implementing proactive coexistence policies and practices to help people and coyotes better cohabitate.

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COYOTE NEWS

FACTSHEET Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, Project Coyote’s COYOTE NEWS factsheet helps inform the public about coexisting with coyotes. This factsheet is full of helpful tips and tools to promote compassionate coexistence.

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CONOZCA A LOS COYOTES

EDUCATIONAL FLYER  Designed for use by agencies, parks and open space departments, and communities, Project Coyote’s new BE COYOTE AWARE flyer helps inform the public about coyotes and how to mitigate negative encounters. Contact us if you would like to use this flyer for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). Project Coyote is making this available FOR FREE as part of our ongoing effort to help expand community educational outreach efforts and promote coexistence. Available in English and Spanish.  

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CONOZCA A LOS COYOTES

EDUCATIONAL SIGN Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, in open space areas known to be inhabited by coyotes, Project Coyote’s BE COYOTE AWARE sign helps educate the public about coyotes and how to mitigate negative encounters. Contact us if you would like to use this sign for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). Project Coyote is making this available FOR FREE as part of our ongoing effort to help expand community educational outreach efforts. Available in English and Spanish.

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COEXISTIENDO CON LOS COYOTES

A comprehensive full-color brochure, Project Coyote’s new educational outreach tool includes information about coyote ecology, biology, and ways to mitigate negative encounters with coyotes in both urban and rural environments. Considered one of the best coyote brochures available, several agencies and communities have started to use this brochure in their educational outreach efforts. Available in English and Spanish.

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RESISTA LA TENTACIÓN

educational sign Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, in open space areas with active wildlife populations, Project Coyote’s DON’T FEED WILDLIFE sign helps educate the public about keeping wildlife wild. Contact us if you would like to use this sign for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). Project Coyote is making this available FOR FREE as part of our ongoing effort to help expand community educational outreach efforts. Available in English and Spanish.

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RESISTA LA TENTACIÓN

educational sign Designed for use by agencies, parks departments, and communities, in open space areas with residents who routinely feed ducks, geese and other wildlife, Project Coyote’s DON’T FEED WILDLIFE sign helps educate the public about keeping wildlife wild. Contact us if you would like to use this sign for your outreach efforts (agency logos at bottom can be tailored to your needs). Project Coyote is making this available FOR FREE as part of our ongoing effort to help expand community educational outreach efforts. Available in English and Spanish.

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ARTICLES AND FACTSHEETS

Marin County neighborhood coexists with coyotes

Marin County neighborhood coexists with coyotes

Crabtree Coyote Letter

Crabtree Coyote Letter

Why Killing Coyotes is Counterproductive

Why Killing Coyotes is Counterproductive

Mendocino County dumps federal killings of livestock predators

Mendocino County dumps federal killings of livestock predators

Wildlife Services and its eternal war on predators

Wildlife Services and its eternal war on predators

Inside the US agency charged with killing a ‘mindboggling’ number of animals

Inside the US agency charged with killing a ‘mindboggling’ number of animals

Fear and coyotes in San Francisco

Fear and coyotes in San Francisco

How Humans, and Dogs, Can Coexist With Coyotes in San Francisco

How Humans, and Dogs, Can Coexist With Coyotes in San Francisco

California Bans Bobcat Trapping in 3-2 Vote

California Bans Bobcat Trapping in 3-2 Vote

Letter to the Editor Misguided federal policy ignores facts about coyotes

Letter to the Editor Misguided federal policy ignores facts about coyotes

Wildlife groups take aim at lethal control of predators

Wildlife groups take aim at lethal control of predators

Mendocino County ponders new way of dealing with predators

Mendocino County ponders new way of dealing with predators

Wildlife advocates back state ban on trapping bobcats

Wildlife advocates back state ban on trapping bobcats

Camilla Fox & the North American Native Song Dog

Camilla Fox & the North American Native Song Dog

Ranching with Predators

Ranching with Predators

USDA Wildlife Services

USDA Wildlife Services

Executive Summary

Executive Summary

Marin County Livestock & Wildlife Protection Program

Marin County Livestock & Wildlife Protection Program

Cities are for Wildlife: An Interview with Camilla Fox, Founder and Executive Director of Project Coyote

Cities are for Wildlife: An Interview with Camilla Fox, Founder and Executive Director of Project Coyote

Critics try to ban coyote hunting contests

Critics try to ban coyote hunting contests

Lawsuit Challenges Government’s  Large-scale Wildlife Killing in Idaho

Lawsuit Challenges Government’s Large-scale Wildlife Killing in Idaho

There’s a reason you’ve never heard of this wildlife-killing agency

There’s a reason you’ve never heard of this wildlife-killing agency

Why wildlife killing contests cannot be justified ecologically or ethically

Why wildlife killing contests cannot be justified ecologically or ethically

California First State To Ban Wildlife-Killing Contests, Activists Say

California First State To Ban Wildlife-Killing Contests, Activists Say

California bans wildlife-killing contests

California bans wildlife-killing contests

California wildlife managers ban prizes for competitive hunts

California wildlife managers ban prizes for competitive hunts

California bans coyote hunts that offer prizes

California bans coyote hunts that offer prizes

Triumph: Wolf Killing Free-For-All On Federal Land Canceled After Backlash

Triumph: Wolf Killing Free-For-All On Federal Land Canceled After Backlash

Groups Sue NorCal County Over Work With Federal Wildlife Agency

Groups Sue NorCal County Over Work With Federal Wildlife Agency

Killing of 11 coyotes in California infuriates conservationists

Killing of 11 coyotes in California infuriates conservationists

Nearly 40,000 oppose Idaho  wolf-hunting contest

Nearly 40,000 oppose Idaho wolf-hunting contest

Ending America’s War on Wildlife

Ending America’s War on Wildlife

Coyote hunt organizer won’t stage any more events in Oregon

Coyote hunt organizer won’t stage any more events in Oregon

Animal Protection Groups Stop Coyote Killing Contest

Animal Protection Groups Stop Coyote Killing Contest

Coyotes in the City

Coyotes in the City

Humboldt County Board of Supervisors Puts Contract Renewal With Wildlife Services on Hold

Humboldt County Board of Supervisors Puts Contract Renewal With Wildlife Services on Hold

Counties Urged to Sever Ties With ‘Rogue’ Federal Wildlife Agency

Counties Urged to Sever Ties With ‘Rogue’ Federal Wildlife Agency

Men Who Fear Demons See Demons Everywhere

Men Who Fear Demons See Demons Everywhere

Peter Coyote & Camilla Fox

Peter Coyote & Camilla Fox

Ban on Wildlife Killing Contests Moves Forward

Ban on Wildlife Killing Contests Moves Forward

USDA’s Wildlife Services killed 4 million animals in 2013; seen as an overstep by some

USDA’s Wildlife Services killed 4 million animals in 2013; seen as an overstep by some

Superior launches Coyote Coexistence Plan

Superior launches Coyote Coexistence Plan

Coyote Killing Contests: The Truth

Coyote Killing Contests: The Truth

Viewpoints

Viewpoints

Animal traps that grip or snare are banned in L.A. as ‘inhumane’

Animal traps that grip or snare are banned in L.A. as ‘inhumane’

Wildly Misjudged

Wildly Misjudged

How to Kill a Wolf

How to Kill a Wolf

Losing Big Carnivores May Be as Big a Threat as Climate Change

Losing Big Carnivores May Be as Big a Threat as Climate Change

Two-Day Holiday Killing ‘Derby’ in Idaho Targets Wolves & Coyotes

Two-Day Holiday Killing ‘Derby’ in Idaho Targets Wolves & Coyotes

Petition targets ‘rogue’ killings by Wildlife Services

Petition targets ‘rogue’ killings by Wildlife Services

The War Against Wolves and Wildlife

The War Against Wolves and Wildlife

How to Coexist with Coyotes

How to Coexist with Coyotes

Agriculture’s Misnamed Agency

Agriculture’s Misnamed Agency

Coyote Factsheet for Communities

Coyote Factsheet for Communities

Davis cuts ties with Wildlife Services over coyote killings

Davis cuts ties with Wildlife Services over coyote killings

Coyote-human coexistence urged as animals migrate

Coyote-human coexistence urged as animals migrate

The Killing Agency

The Killing Agency

Ranchers shift from traps to dogs to fight coyotes

Ranchers shift from traps to dogs to fight coyotes

Call of The Wild

Call of The Wild

The Ethics of Killing Large Carnivores

The Ethics of Killing Large Carnivores

CARNIVORES AND LIVESTOCK

RANCHING WITH WILDLIFE BROCHURE

Learn about nonlethal solutions to reduce conflicts.

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RANCHING WITH PREDATORS

A factsheet on Foxlights.

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ARTICLE IN THE SAN FRANCISCO GATE ON USING GUARDIAN ANIMALS

Guardian animals have proven themselves in deterring predators and protecting livestock. Find out more in this article.

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MARIN LIVESTOCK AND WILDLIFE PROTECTION PROGRAM

Learn about the successes of the Marin Livestock and Wildlife Protection Program.

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ARTICLE IN WESTERN LIVESTOCK JOURNAL

Study reveals that killing wolves can lead to more attacks on livestock.

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CAPITAL AG PRESS ARTICLE ON FOXLIGHTS AND WOLVES

An article looking at wolves and foxlights.

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INFOGRAPHICS AND DIAGRAMS

COMPARISON OF A COYOTE WITH FAMILY PETS AND FOX

A diagram to help recognize a coyote.

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HOW TO RECOGNIZE A GRAY WOLF

Infographic produced by US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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WHY KILLING DOESN’T WORK

Infographic produced by the Humane Society.

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LETHAL DOSE: RAT POISON AND LOCAL WILDLIFE

Wildlife is inadvertently killed by people using rat poison. See how.

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WHY KILLING COYOTES IS COUNTERPRODUCTIVE

Infographic produced by Animal Protection VotersProject CoyoteSierra Club, Rio Grande Chapter and The Southwest Environmental Center.

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