Other Wildlife Research at ESF
Photos and Video
Coyote fitted with GPS collar.
Coyote wearing VHF collar.
Keen-nosed dogs like Mara (shown with handler CJ Hazell) help to find coyote scats, used for diet and DNA analysis.
Data such as internal hemorrhaging and evidence of puncture wounds, like those shown above, help determine whether deer have been killed by coyotes rather than scavenged.
Back-tracking GPS collared coyotes to document their behavior and find deer kills in Steuben County.
Christina Boser, ESF graduate student, downloading data from GPS collars worn by coyotes in Otsego County.
Coyote fitted with GPS collar prior to release in Otsego County.
Robin Holevinski, ESF graduate student (center), and field crew radio-collaring a captured coyote in Steuben County.
Coyote wearing VHF collar in Steuben County.
Photos from the Field
Population status and foraging ecology of Coyotes in New York State
Video from the Field
Video, release of VHF-collared female
Video, release of GPS-collared female
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