Dr. Shelley Alexander: Co-existence with Coyotes at the Urban-Rural Interface
Despite knowledge that indiscriminate killing of coyotes is ecologically damaging, ineffective and inhumane, it remains North America’s defacto conservation management tool. We need a new paradigm that considers animal welfare and strives for co-existence. Understanding human motivations to co-existence or killing is vital to achieving this goal. This talk covers preliminary results of in person interviews with rural residential and agricultural landowners in the Foothills Parklands region of Alberta, and summarizes experiences, beliefs, gender differences, and the role cultural norms as they pertain to outcomes for coyotes.
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