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Eastern Coyote Research Network

Over the last two centuries, coyote (Canis latrans) range has expanded rapidly. The influx of this adaptive predator in the eastern United States has resulted in a multitude of simultaneous studies throughout the region. The purpose of the Eastern Coyote Research Network is to facilitate communication and collaboration between researcher and institutions to improve our understanding of eastern coyote ecology and possible effects on ecosystems and conservation efforts. 

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TWS Eastern Coyote Symposium

It was great seeing and meeting people working on eastern coyote studies at the TWS conference this year!

TWS 2013 annual meeting

Anyone interested in meeting up at the annual meeting this year?

TWS 2013 annual meeting

Anyone interested in meeting up at the annual meeting this year?

Tag: A comparison of non-invasive techniques to survey carnivore communities in Northeastern North America.

Tag: A genome-wide perspective on the evolutionary history of enigmatic wolf-like canids.

Tag: LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY OF EASTERN COYOTES BASED ON LARGE-SCALE ESTIMATES OF ABUNDANCE

Tag: Parasites of coyotes

Tag: Rapid adaptive evolution of northeastern coyotes via hybridization with wolves.

Tag: Using stable carbon isotopes to distinguish wild from captive wolves.