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 […]

Wordless Wednesday: Canine Cover Models

Windows on Wildlife: Choose Your Encounter – Bear or Wolf

Welcome to the 32nd edition of Windows on Wildlife! Issues are still a bit sporadic, but I’m slowly getting back on track. If you have a recent post or photo about wildlife you’d like to share (it can be anything: birds, insects, mammals…) scroll down to the end of the post and add your site. […]

Windows on Wildlife: Help Protect the Gray Wolf

Welcome to the 28th edition of Windows on Wildlife!  This week’s edition is late getting published, so the deadline for linking up this week will be extended into the weekend.   If you have a recent post about wildlife you would like to share (it can be anything: birds, insects, mammals…) scroll down to the end of […]

Windows on Wildlife: Identifying Red Fox Tracks

Welcome to the 26th edition of Windows on Wildlife!  If you have a recent post about wildlife you would like to share (it can be anything: birds, insects, mammals…) scroll down to the end of the post and add your site. I will compile and post all additions the following week. Please don’t forget to link back here (I’d love it […]

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