Can we learn to co-exist with coyotes?

Apr 16th, 2014


Can we learn to co-exist with coyotes?

Carly Sponarski, a PhD candidate in the Geography Department here at MUN,
has been featured on the Faculty of Arts website. The feature discusses
Carly's latest work testing the effectiveness of a coyote awareness program
called Sharing Spaces: Living with Coyotes. This education program is part
of a larger human-coyote conflict project which has been occurring in Cape
Breton Highlands National Park over the past 4 years. To read more:

Carly has recently accepted a post doctorate position at the University of Illinois with Dr. Craig Miller. She will be starting her new position this fall (2014). Her research will switch from the humans dimensions of wildlife to the human dimension of ecosystem goodness and services early this fall (2014). We wish her much luck in her new adventure.



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