Mamma coyote and pups

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 […]

Free Online Nature Study Class

Ages ago – back before the calamitous year of 2013 – I had begun work on a coyote monitoring project to track and record the movements of our local coyotes. Although I didn’t get far in my initial endeavor (2013 happened), I’ve started working on this project again and will be blogging my observations and […]

New Page In the Eastern Coyote / Coywolf Section at Withywindle Nature

I was reviewing the Eastern Coyote information that I’ve gathered and shared over the years, and realized recently that it was missing a concise history of canines in the northeastern US. I’ve covered most of it in several different blog articles, but I want it to be more accessible and all in one place. So […]

Differentiating Wild Canine Tracks from Domestic Canines

In a post about a tracking workshop I led a few years ago, I briefly mentioned how to differentiate coyote scat from that of a domestic dog’s. However scat isn’t always present when you’re tracking – you may have to backtrack a canid for a while before coming upon scat or other scent posts or […]

Rock Dove Kill Site

I came across this kill site last winter in the woods behind our house:

Restructuring Withywindle… and More Coyotes!

Lots has been going on behind the scenes here at Withywindle Nature, even though the blog has been quiet (for far too long).  One of the biggest changes is some restructuring of the Withywindle projects. Withywindle Books is becoming integrated within the Withywindle Nature realm (although will continue to have its own site).  Quick access […]

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