Happy Ten Year Anniversary Project Coyote!!!

Let the Celebration begin with a Silent Auction click here to Register and Start Bidding! https://e.givesmart.com/events/cIi/ http://www.projectcoyote.com. Click the link to bid https://e.givesmart.com/events/cIi/ Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization based in Northern California whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy. Our representatives, advisory […]

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Madison Area: Project Coyote’s Film “Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs” is Screening on Friday at the Discovery Building…

This coming Friday, on April 12, 2019 at 7:00 PM, In Madison, Wisconsin there will be a screening of Project Coyote’s award-winning documentary film Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs produced and Directed by Camilla H. Fox, MA. The event takes place at the UW Discovery Building 330 N. Orchard St. View Map. More information can […]

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We are presenting a Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Minneapolis area this Summer 2019!

Join us Wednesday July 24, 2019 at 7:00 pm and ending at 9:30 pm at the Landmark’s Edina Cinema in Edina, MN. Minneapolis area! Where Activism Gets Inspired! The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind, showcasing the best and brightest in environmental and adventure films Purchase Tickets Here […]

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The National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests’ Website is up and Ready to Serve You!

The Coalition’s website includes scientific facts, milestones, Coalition members, and how to take action. Click HERE to head over to the new website at Project Coyote and get started learning how to ban Wildlife Killing Contests in your area! THE MISSION The National Coalition (here) to End Wildlife Killing Contests (“Coalition”) is a growing alliance of […]

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Wildlife killing contest organizers offer no scientific evidence to justify the indiscriminate killing of native predators…

“Wildlife killing contests exist because organizers reveal them only on a need-to-know basis. And with good reason. “If the public were informed, there would be an outcry,” says Treves. “It’s a violation of the public trust doctrine and probably leads to other illegal activities, like poaching wolves.” Multiple studies also have linked violence toward animals […]

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