Confounding Coyotes – Second Webinar

Due to popular demand, we will be holding a second webinar for Confounding Coyotes that we held in February!

Online via Zoom (Link will be provided closer to date – registration required to receive link)


A photographic and scientific journey exploring how world views, language, perceptions,
media, and colonial ideologies colour our everyday entanglements with and
management of coyotes. The vital link between local research, citizen science,
education, and tactics to improve co-existence (e.g., attractant controls and humane
hazing) are discussed. A large portion of the talk will be reserved to respond to
audience questions related to living with coyotes.


Shelley M. Alexander, Ph.D.

Shelley is a Full Professor in the Department of Geography, University of Calgary. She
has 30 years of experience studying human-wildlife conflict, specializing in wolves and
coyotes in Canada. She has worked with wild and captive wolves and coyotes, raised
coyote pups, worked directly in co-existence mitigation for urban coyotes, is an expert
wildlife tracker, and an established geospatial analyst. Shelley advocates for improved
animal welfare in science and practice related to wildlife and is extremely active in
education outreach in our local communities.

Registration is required to receive Zoom link. Register Here

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