Wild canid ecologist Chris Schadler discusses the fascinating ecology and surprising behavior of the eastern coyote, and how we can coexist.
This is not a "sound byte" or thirty-second PSA; it's a pleasantly long and slow talk by a very well-informed scientist and nature lover, interspersed with questions and answers with a curious bunch of Vermont environmental "hippies," bits of humor and affectionate profiles (sexually oriented!) of wildlife living on the human-altered landscape.
So set aside an hour and a half for the whole talk, or skip through and enjoy parts of it. There are no prerequisites; you can go to any point and enjoy!