As one of the few predators still present and successful in the Northeastern landscape, coyotes are an important feature of local and native ecosystems. Chris Schadler, a researcher and advocate for coyotes, will present on the population dynamics of coyotes, their past and present range, and their behavior, habits, and group dynamics. Interspersed with personal stories and a good dose of humor, this is a presentation every wildlife lover will enjoy! Co-hosted with NH Wildlife Coalition.
Chris Schadler holds a Masters in Conservation Biology from Antioch University, where her thesis focused on the natural recovery of the Eastern Timber Wolf in Michigan. She has taught at University of New Hampshire and Granite State College, and is currently an adjunct professor at Rivier University. Chris’ attention shifted to the Eastern Coyote when she and her flock of sheep moved to New England. She is the NH and VT Representative for Project Coyote, and is the co-founder of the NH Wildlife Coalition.