Suburban Coyote Syndrome

Behavior ecologist, Professor Dan Bogan, studied coyotes and their interactions with humans at Cornell University. He is currently a professor at Paul Smith’s College’s School of Natural Resources Management and Ecology and is participating in their Fisheries and Wildlife Seminars. On Friday morning, September 7, Bogan discussed his recent doctoral research at Cornell, called the “Suburban Coyote Syndrome.” A graduate of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry,  Bogan also studied the survivorship and spatial ecology of carnivores such as coyotes and fishers during his master’s at SUNY Albany.

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