Prior to dawn Monday morning, two Eastern Coyotes were spotted perusing Saratoga Creek and Good Harbor Beach. They appeared to be a pair; the huskier of the two was definitely the ‘alpha’ Coyote, with the smaller trotting after the larger. Before crossing the Creek, they both stopped to go pooh and pee in a pile … Continue reading COYOTES IN THE BLUE HOUR
https://www.thecricket.com/out_and_about/the-coyotes-of-cape-ann/article_f8ce52b4-5cc0-11ea-8ac9-17d66c83bc35.html This is a link to an article written by James Behnke titled “The Coyotes of Cape Ann.” It is appearing in the current issue of Manchester’s newspaper, THE CRICKET. This online version has the advantage of additional photographs, including by our daughter Jeannette Lovitch, myself and others.
Reading about frequent coyote sightings at the beginning of mating season. No exception here, as we listen to their howling and see them nearly every day. These photos are from Niles Pond Road and the Audubon sanctuary rocks on Eastern Point.
Nonchalantly trots by my truck and down our road in broad daylight. “Don’t mind me buddy.”
MassWildlife proposes regulations to ban predator contests and prohibit wanton waste Following a review, MassWildlife proposed regulatory changes to prohibit predator hunting contests, prohibit wanton waste of hunted wildlife, and change harvest reporting requirements for fox and coyote. In response to public concern related to coyote hunting contests sponsored by private entities, MassWildlife and the … Continue reading MASS WILDLIFE TAKING STEPS IN RESPONSE TO CONCERNS OVER COYOTE HUNTING CONTESTS
Taking the trash out this morning right in the middle of the driveway a big ‘ol poop.
Photo credit Amanda Mohan
Saturday morning at 8:30 am, an injured Eastern Coyote was spotted In East Gloucester. The coyote was not bearing weight on its right back leg. He trotted gimpily up Plum Street, before heading down a driveway halfway up the street. Note in all the photos the Coyote is holding up his right side back paw. … Continue reading INJURED COYOTE EAST GLOUCESTER
I received these great shots of a healthy looking coyote in Gloucester, Ma. The photos were taken about 6pm on November 3, 2018 and lend themselves to clever captioning, especially photo 1! What do you think?
From Bruce McDonald
Eastern Coyote talks Thursday, (that’s tonight), Rockport Library 6:30 PM. Please join us for an informative presentation and discussion regarding the Eastern Coyote facilitated by Conservation Biologist and Wild Canid Ecologist Christine Schadler, MS, MA. While wolf recovery was the focus of her early work, Chris’ attention shifted to the eastern coyote when she moved to … Continue reading Eastern Coyote talk tonight, Rockport Library 6:30 PM
Here is the video from 1623 Studios of the Coyote Ecology & Behavior presentation from Dr. Jonathan Way. The presentation was held on February 27th, hosted by the Animal Advisory Committee. This time of year coyotes will be active, so its important to protect your pets by keeping them indoors or on a leash, … Continue reading Coyote Tips and Presentation
The City of Gloucester Animal Advisory Committee is hosting an informative presentation on the Coywolf tonight, 7:00-8:30PM in The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck. Dr. Jonathan Way is an expert on the habits of the Coywolf. Go to this website here to find out why he has suggested a new name, canis oriens, for the animal … Continue reading Eastern Coyote (Coywolf) Ecology & Behavior Talk Tonight 7:00PM
If you can’t make the coyote presentation on Monday February 26th, we added another presentation on February 27th! Dr. Jonathan Way will present an additional seminar on Tuesday, February 27th at 10am at the Senior Center. These talks will discuss Eastern Coyote behavior based on Dr. Jonathan’s Way research and experience. We hope this will … Continue reading Coyote Presentation Feb 26th and Feb 27th