Coyotes ~ Treat Each as if the Last One

Posted by on Nov 1, 2017 in "Writings" from the Community | Comments Off on Coyotes ~ Treat Each as if the Last One

Gary Lawless, Maine’s Poet who speaks for our Wildlife

In his poem “Treat each Bear” he takes us to a place of deep loneliness when we humans have left no room for the “others.” How would life on earth be without them? Where would the wonder be?

Treat each Coyote as if she were the last one…..
Treat each Coyote as if he were the last one……

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Coyote Fathers and Parenting

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in Blog, Coyote's Social Life | Comments Off on Coyote Fathers and Parenting


photo by Jacques Tournel


The father Coyote is very involved with the care and teaching of his pups

See below a link that shows a Coyote father and his pup.  Coyotes have a Life they want to live……

Father and Son

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Coyote Graphics ~ So Coyote!

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Blog, Maine Artists Expressions of Coyote | Comments Off on Coyote Graphics ~ So Coyote!

Wonderful Maine Artist, Michael Boardman named his company, COYOTE GRAPHICS in honor of Coyote. Here is his brand new Coyote shirt …..SO COYOTE!  To see it on his website visit this link:

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Encounters with Coyote

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Blog, Creating Life Enriching Relationships | Comments Off on Encounters with Coyote

photo by Jacques Tournel


Have you ever chanced upon a fleeting encounter with a Coyote?   Maybe you were driving your car down the road, and there standing in your headlights is a Coyote staring at you? Have you ever had a chance encounter when you were hiking….both you and Coyote surprising each other? Coyotes often immediately run from sight, but sometimes they take a minute to look at you…and they are gone.

I have had many Maine people share these momentary experiences that left them touched in a way they could not explain.

Why are they staring? My answer is that you have had an encounter with an intelligent fellow being who took a moment to “read you.”  It takes them just that moment …and they are gone.

The Stare is just a reminder to us that we share our planet with highly intelligent and intuitive beings.

What a privilege to have such an experience!

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First Light Habitats

Posted by on Jul 15, 2017 in Blog, Coyote and Ecosystem Health | Comments Off on First Light Habitats

Listening for Mice photo by Ellison Photograhy


Large carnivores like Coyotes require a home – a healthy habitat – no matter where they live. Whether they live on a farm, in suburbia or the city, they require a refuge, clean water, adequate prey.

In our ever increasing human population, it is vital that we support this healthy habitat. When we do, predators will help keep the balance, protect trees and plants from being over eaten by herbivores, and protect all life from disease…such as Lyme disease.

So sharing a valuable new website by fellow scientist Deb Perkins:

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