Thursday, October 9, 2008

Hungry Like A Wolf

So I haven't heard any coyote's around my house lately, but this sounds interesting:

Coyote & Wolf in the New England Landscape
a presentation by
Chris Schadler, Wild Canid Ecologist

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 · 7:00 pm
First Unitarian Church, Elm Street, Exeter
free & open to the public (registration not required)

Do we really want ‘wilderness’ in New England, and do animals like the wolf have a place in our woods? Will coyotes evolve into wolves, and would we accept them? How do coyotes use the landscape and interact with humans – are we or our pets at risk?

After 28 years of research and many teaching awards, Chris is recognized across New England as a passionate and captivating speaker and a knowledgeable authority on wolf and coyote. Her presentation, punctuated with fascinating stories and photos, has packed halls around NH. It will appeal to adults as well as children of middle school age and up.

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