Upcoming events

09/25/2014 - 9:00am

Brookfield Zoo, Brookfield, IL

This workshop is intended for wildlife and natural resource managers, animal control professionals, environmental educators, volunteer land stewards, and others who may either respond to periodic reports of large carnivores in their communities or interact with the public on this topic. Local and national experts will share information and lead discussions on the biology and ecology of black bears, cougars, and wolves, as well as best practices in education, outreach, and other issues associated with the presence of these large carnivores in an urban landscape. This workshop is also the first step in developing a coordinated, regional strategy to living with these species.

If you fit the above criteria, please visit the following link for more details and how to register. Dr. Gehrt will be offering a presentation during this workshop.


09/29/2014 - 4:00pm

Cincinnati, OH

University of Cincinnati presents a lecture series featuring Dr. Stan Gehrt and his work with coyotes. Please visit the following link for contact information regarding this event.


10/20/2014 - 11:00am

Columbus, OH

Dr. Gehrt has been invited to present at the annual ScienceWriters meeting, a joint meeting between the National Association of Science Writers and the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing. 

For more details, visit the meeting's website at:  http://www.sciencewriters2014.org/sessions/coyotes-loop-close-view-survi...

10/25/2014 - 10:45am

Pittsburgh, PA

Multiple speakers will present research findings at the large annual conference of The Wildlife Society, this year in Pittsburgh, PA. Visit the link below for more information on this technical conference. 


Habitat of Coyote 748

An ultimate, urban animal, Coyote 748 was fitted with a GPS-style tracking collar in the Bronzeville area of Chicago on February 24, 2014. At his capture, it was obvious he was of breeding age and once a few radio-locations were collected, we realized we had collared a resident coyote with an established territory. He seemed to go about his daily routine in a low-profile fashion, taking to the busy streets nightly without fail. In April, his normal quiet behavior turned aggressive towards dogs as people walked their pets through a specific area.