Urban Zoology 2: Coyote: Trickster, Teacher and Call

Registration Eligibility
Open
Start Date
02/13/2017
End Date
02/13/2019
Description
Connections between Coyote Culture and Ecology
This session will introduce you to the Coyote in terms of Biology, Mythology, Range, Habitat and Implication. We will explore new resources that may help you negotiate your relationship to coyote conservation and design in relation to urban ecosystems. Signs of coyotes near a home will be presented, as will a discussion of people's reactions to coyotes in their neighborhoods. The concept of monogamous species in relation to coyotes is discussed. Trends in preserving and encouraging urban ecosystems are presented.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Sustainable Development & Design
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Learn the mythology behind coyotes and its reflection in art
2. Understand the biology of coyotes, including range, distribution, and species variation
3. Comprehend the implications of urban coyotes on humans in the urban environment
Instructors
Erica Hansen
Website Registration
Course Codes
LA - 17009
Provider
ISDM


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