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27 November 2013. Important new publication available on my publications page. Last summer, 2012, a scientific paper came (please refer to my June 22, 2012 post on this subject) out that basically claimed that the presence of coyotes in the … Continue reading
Please visit my new website: Coywolf! This, my 3rd website, is related to this Eastern Coyote/Coywolf Research website but specifically focused on describing the hybrid origin of coywolves.
Eastern Coyote Research is pleased to announce the publication and posting of the following peer-reviewed scientific paper: Way, J.G. 2013. Taxonomic Implications of Morphological and Genetic Differences in Northeastern Coyotes (Coywolves) (Canis latrans × C. lycaon), Western Coyotes (C. … Continue reading
April 29, 2013. Please visit the link on my website (Book Project) as my new book (My Yellowstone Experience) is now printed and ready to ship. It makes a great gift!
June 28, 2013. Documents show that state wildlife officials lobbied to limit wolf restoration. What a bunch of filthy people, both state wildlife agencies and the federal government. Any of these agencies that espouse the “North American Model of Wildlife … Continue reading
Please visit my Publications Page to see many new articles that I have written including the reference format for my new book My Yellowstone Experience as well as additional articles. One article is on Loving Wolves and Hating Coyotes. And … Continue reading
March 11, 2013. Support a Carnivore Conservation Act for MA. Read below to learn more. Note: this letter is written by Rebecca Mullin, founder of the Massachusetts Coyote Conservation Alliance who is sponsoring this Act which I helped co-write. It … Continue reading
January 30, 2013. Breaking news: I am in the midst of publishing “My Yellowstone Experience”. Please visit the Book Page on my sister website (My Yellowstone Experience) to learn more!
The following is an important article about picking Raul Grijalva for Interior Secretary. I admit that I did not like Ken Salazar, a rancher, as the secretary. Our nation deserves Grijalva for protecting our environment. I was one of the … Continue reading
There are some stories that just hit you right in the gut. This is one of them. January 11, 2013. Man is proud of slaughtering “coyotes” (coywolves) in western Massachusetts over a bait pile, and he gets away with it … Continue reading