To increase awareness and understanding of coyotes, wolves, bears, bobcats and other North American carnivores, Project Coyote representatives and advisory board members provide presentations, workshops, film screenings, and innovative educational events throughout the year nationwide — from California to New Hampshire and points in between! Check the calendar below for an event near you.
Events range from Project Coyote-sponsored programs to conferences where one of our representatives or advisory board members is a guest speaker, session organizer or moderator.
We also provide public screenings/post-film discussions of various films and documentaries including American Coyote ~ Still Wild at Heart, Cull of the Wild ~ The Truth Behind Trapping, and more.
If you are interested in having one of our representatives or advisory board members speak at a particular function or before your community and/or provide a film screening/discussion, please contact us at email@example.com.
WCN is excited to announce the 2017 Wildlife Conservation Expos! Each one is a unique opportunity for wildlife lovers to come together and hear first hand from conservationists protecting endangered species around the world. Join us and immerse yourself in stories about their daily triumphs and challenges and walk away inspired.
Join Project Coyote at the Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival for an informational coyote discussion and Urban Coyote Workshop.
About the Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival
eld trips led by experienced guides in beautiful central Arizona’s diverse habitats. Guided walks and workshops, vendors and exhibitors along with special events round out this four day event. New field trips are added each year to the schedule of old favorites. Keynote program features Noah Stryker, author and birder.
About the Presenter
Marilyn McGee, local writer and educator, NC representative for Project Coyote
As an advocate for red and gray wolves, McGee and her sister Gail McDiarmid spent the last 10 years learning about how these keystone species positively impact the environment. They co-authored Running for Home, a story about wolf restoration at Yellowstone National Park. Books will be available for purchase and signing following the session.
About the Event
Learn about one of the most persecuted animals in North Carolina: the coyote. Coyote ecology, the impact of human behavior on its population, and practical ideas to keep domestic pets safe and coyotes wild will be presented. Participants will be able to view coyote relics (tracks, scat, and fur) as well as some of the latest electronic devices that can be used in combination with electric fencing and guard animals to protect livestock. Keeping coyotes wild and learning about their biological benefits may help residents to appreciate coyotes from a distance.
A FREE workshop
hosted by Old Salem Horticulture.
For more information or to pre-register for any workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-721-7357 and leave a message with name, number attending, workshop title, and your contact information.
Stop by Project Coyote’s table at the upcoming TALONS festival sponsored by The Hungry Owl Project, in collaboration with Marin Art & Garden Center, on Sunday, September 24 from 12pm-4pm at the beautiful grounds of the Marin Art and Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake, Ross, CA 94957
Adults: $40 / Children: $10 • Register at www.hungryowl.org