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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Survey
    a Sighting Coyote Ecology Coyotes in the News Avoiding Conflict The Project About Us Research Outreach Education Take Our Survey Get Involved Wildlife in the City About Urban Wildlife Photo

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/takeoursurvey.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Urban Wildlife
    lot of fun Scat collection Get research experience while exploring Edmonton parks This fieldwork is flexible and can fit perfectly into your schedule Outreach Get experience educating and interacting with the public We give presentations to people of all ages about coyotes and wildlife Some places we have given presentations include the Valley Zoo Hawrelak Park Edmonton Master Naturalist Program Friends of Kinnaird Ravine and Strathcona County WISEST students radio

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/getinvolved.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Urban Wildlife
    The Project About Us Research Outreach Education Take Our Survey Get Involved Wildlife in the City About Urban Wildlife Photo Gallery Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us Additional Resources Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton Species List City of Edmonton Wildlife Pest Management City of Edmonton Geese and Keeping Wildlife Wild Nature Alberta Federation of Alberta Naturalists Nature Conservancy of Canada John Janzen Nature Center Government of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development City

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/urbanwildlife.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Photo Gallery
    we use noose poles to restrain the caught coyote One noose goes around the neck and one around the muzzle Next we tape the muzzle shut for our safety and check the animal over for injury and overall condition The legs are then carefully tied in pairs The coyote is now ready to be weighed using a hand scale A variety of scientific data is collected including weight sex age

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/photogallery.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Frequently Asked Questions
    humans In order to avoid this we need to ensure that coyotes keep their fear of humans The easiest way to accomplish this is to make yourself as intimidating as possible when you encounter a coyote This takes an active will because most of us would rather have a quiet personal experience when we chance upon an elusive wild animal But in order to prevent the trajectory of habituation food conditioning and conflict then it s important to avoid letting the coyote feel comfortable and unthreatened around you Make yourself seem bigger than you are by raising your hands above your head and shout at the coyote NEVER feed a coyote or try to touch it and NEVER run away from a coyote because their chase instinct makes them more likely to chase after something that runs from it See our page on avoiding conflict for further instructions on how to prevent habituation and how to behave in an coyote encounter Where do coyotes live Coyotes are found in major cities across North America including Los Angeles New York and Chicago However coyotes appear to prefer to live in more natural areas inside of cities although they are by no means limited to them What benefits do coyotes provide Urban coyotes play an important role in pest management They significantly reduce urban rodent populations which comprise the majority of their diet in Edmonton and can also reduce rabbit feral cat and duck population numbers Why don t we just remove coyotes from the city Lethal management of coyotes has been widespread throughout North America However this approach to managing the animals has many problems First it doesn t work very well Persecuted coyote populations actually have higher reproductive rates and more animals are always available to replace those that are

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/questions.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Contact Us
    Coyotes Report a Sighting Coyote Ecology Coyotes in the News Avoiding Conflict The Project About Us Research Outreach Education Take Our Survey Get Involved Wildlife in the City About Urban Wildlife Photo Gallery Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us Edmonton Urban

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/contactus.php (2013-06-03)
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  • Edmonton Urban Coyote Project - Report Submission
    Coyote Ecology Coyotes in the News Avoiding Conflict The Project About Us Research Outreach Education Take Our Survey Get Involved Wildlife in the City About Urban Wildlife Photo Gallery Frequently

    Original URL path: http://www.edmontonurbancoyotes.ca/thankyou.php (2013-06-03)
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