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Hello,

Welcome to our first edition of Coyote Chronicles
 
We can't wait to share all of the good news with you. After an intense campaign involving several national and grassroots partner organizations, Florida has just announced a permanent ban on cruel coyote and fox penning - by unanimous vote!  And as you read this e-news, I'm in Oxford having just delivered a presentation about predator management in the U.S. at a ground-breaking international symposium about Compassionate Conservation. What a week! Read on...
 
For America's Song Dog,
Camilla Fox, Executive Director

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VICTORY!  Permanent ban on coyote and fox penning in Florida!
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Project Coyote and partners declared a victory for wildlife, after the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to PERMANENTLY ban coyote and fox pens statewide.
 
Penning involves sending packs of domestic dogs into a fenced-off enclosure to chase to exhaustion and often tear apart a captive coyote or fox.  There are still 11 states in which this is allowed, and we are working to end penning nationwide.
I'm honored to have been invited to speak- along with Project Coyote Advisory Board member, Dr. Marc Bekoff- at the first ever international symposium on animal welfare in conservation practice at Oxford University. Read my Huffington Post blog.
 
 Camilla-&-Virginia-McKenna-Compassionate-Conservation_200 2  It was good to spend time with dear friend and tireless conser-vationist Virginia McKenna of the Born Free Foundation, conference co-sponsor, and co-star of the timeless movie Born Free.
Learn how model communities are leading the way in promoting  educated coexistence between people and coyotes in the U.S. and Canada. Download our free Coyote News Fact Sheet (.pdf file)
 
Discover the ecological importance of coyotes, and find out why top canid biologists say that coyote culling and bounties are ineffective and a waste of taxpayer money.

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