Coyote Resources on Pinterest
I know I’m late to the party, but I’ve finally discovered how addicting Pinterest can be. I’ve had an account for a while (you must have one if you want to view anything on their website, which I find annoying) but haven’t put any direction into it until today. On a whim I created a board on coyotes (what else), and immediately saw a tool for wildlife education. A conglomeration of news articles, photos and educational resources is starting to develop, easier to look through than the standard blog format, and I think this will continue to grow and be another avenue for disseminating helpful (and fun) information on coyotes, or any nature-focused topic in the future.
One item I found was this “Advice From A Coyote” poster (we’ve all seen these on some topic or other, but I’ve never seen one on coyotes; trust me, I’ve looked.) I particularly like the first line, as it jives with my own personal motto of staying curious:
I know you all are on Pinterest – how are you using your boards? Are they personal collections, or do they have a larger purpose? Share in the comments – I’d love to hear other ways people are using Pinterest.