Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy.
Gotham Coyote Project
Researchers, educators, and students working together to study the ecology of the northeastern coyote in New York City and the region. Our job is to tell the story of the NYC coyote and to help promote understanding and coexistence.
Wolf Conservation Center
The Wolf Conservation Center, located in South Salem, NY, is dedicated to dispelling myths and misinformation regarding eastern coyotes, one of the most maligned species in North America.Learning more about the natural history of coyotes can help people understand their ecological role and how to successfully coexist with them. The WCC aims to increase awareness and access to accurate information regarding this dynamic keystone species in our own backyards.
Urban Coyote Initiative
Urban coyotes are present in practically every city across the United States. For many cities, the appearance of coyotes has happened only within the last few decades, and residents are still trying to get used to their new neighbors. Though there is a rise in awareness that coyotes are around, there is still a great deal of misunderstanding among city residents about coyote behavior and their role in urban ecology.
Here are ten facts about urban coyotes that will clear up common misconceptions and shed more light on this adaptable canid: