COYOTE CONNECTIONS: Living with wildlife

COYOTE CONNECTIONS: Living with wildlife

After the presentation, members of the public will be able to share their thoughts and concerns during a discussion period.

“I expect to see folks that are real naturalists, that don’t see anything wrong with putting food in the back for these animals or the farmer that is still following an old style of farming,” she said.

Besides Sampson and her team of experts, local artists are also standing behind the coyote in support. The Primer Coyote Connections Art Exhibit will be at The Grind Café (35 Second Street East) from Jan. 9 to 23.

“I think this presentation is important for the community as it will bring together people living and working with coyotes,” said Jacqueline Milner, exhibit organizer and artist.

She has only seen a coyote twice in her 13 years of living in South Glengarry.

“I do however, to my delight sometimes hear their yelping as they travel through the countryside in the middle of the night,” said Milner.

Coyote Connections will take place on Thursday, Jan. 23 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Viscount Alexander Public School (1401 Dover Road). For more information, visit

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