Dr. Justin Suraci shares his experiences studying predator-prey relationships in the Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) ecosystems of the Gulf Islands.
by Camilla Fox and Chris Genovali
In seemingly contradictory comments, Nova Scotia’s Natural Resource Minister John MacDonnell has acknowledged publicly that coyote bounties “don’t work to control the population…”
Nova Scotia opens a coyote bounty despite the lack of scientific evidence that killing coyotes changes the behavior of animals who survive.
Astounding scientists and conservationists, Nova Scotia has declared a coyote bounty. Guised as a “pelt incentive plan” the bounty would provide $20 per coyote. But coyote bounties don’t work to control the population…