Camilla Fox will give the Flyway Nights lecture on Thursday, Dec. 6, discussing the biology and ecology of coyotes, like the young pup seen here. Project Coyote/Courtesy photo

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Learn about coyotes at Flyway Nights lecture

By From page A7 | December 04, 2012

Camilla Fox, executive director of Project Coyote, will discuss “Coyotes in Our Midst — Learning to Live with North America’s Native ‘Song Dog,’ ” at Thursday’s Flyway Nights lecture sponsored by the Yolo Basin Foundation. Her talk begins at 7 p.m. at the state Department of Fish and Game’s Yolo Wildlife Area Headquarters, 45211 Chiles Road.

In addition to founding Project Coyote, Fox is a wildlife consultant with the Animal Welfare Institute and holds a master’s degree in wildlife, ecology, policy and conservation from Prescott College. Project Coyote is a national nonprofit organization that promotes educated coexistence between people and coyotes and advocates of behalf of all native carnivores.

The Yolo Basin Foundation offers Flyway Nights at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month from November to April. A $5 donation to support the foundation’s wetland education programs is suggested, and Yolo Basin members are free.

For more information on future programs, call the foundation at 530-758-0530 or visit www.yolobasin.org.

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