San Francisco Coyote film by Nick Stone Schearer is available for viewing via Wild & Scenic Film Festival thru January 23rd

I wanted to share that don’t feed the coyotes (which includes me) is streaming today through January 23rd via the Wild & Scenic Film Festival! The link to order and watch it is here: 

https://watch.eventive.org/wsff/play/61785710eca51400635ea472.

This session includes: My Wild Backyard: New York City (14 minutes), don’t feed the coyotes (30 minutes), My Garden of a Thousand Bees (52 minutes).

I’ve watched “My Garden of a Thousand Bees”, having been told by several people that the work is reminiscent of mine: actually spending time observing critters and discovering fascinating social behaviors!!

It’s a unique film festival, centered around conservation and raising money to help protect the South Yuba River. The in-person screenings were postponed due to Covid but this is a wonderful lineup online. Viewing for this screening is limited to US residents.

How Coyotes Conquered American Cities, by William Poor

This short video clip is well done. That I appear in it makes it extra special, though my contribution is limited to just my advocacy work and includes none of my fieldwork or behavioral studies, nor the DNA project I’m working on.

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