Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization based in Northern California whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy. Their representatives, advisory board members and supporters include scientists, conservationists, educators, ranchers and citizen leaders who work together to change laws and policies to protect native carnivores from abuse and mismanagement, advocating coexistence instead of killing. They seek to change negative attitudes toward coyotes, wolves and other misunderstood predators by replacing ignorance and fear with understanding, respect and appreciation.
Protecting Imperiled Wolves in the Northern Rockies Region Through Compassionate Conservation
This project lays a foundation for the protection of other carnivores, all wildlife, and healthy, biodiverse ecosystems. By enhancing the community of humans that value wolves, it will lay the groundwork for future initiatives to protect other carnivores and biodiversity broadly.
Protecting Imperiled Wolves in the Great Lakes Region Through Compassionate Conservation
This project is working towards Endangered Species Act emergency relisting of wolves to halt proposed lethal control of wolves, and promotion of respect and appreciation for wolves and their vital ecological role through media, social media, film, videos, billboards, and grassroots outreach.