Coyote Origami

Activity Type

Video

Activity Time

3 minutes

Activity by:

Audrey Carver

About the Activity

Coyotes and other large animals play an important predatory role in many ecosystems. As temperatures get warmer, and the landscape gets drier, these animals are forced to move closer to urban areas to find water and resources. Get inspired to help with this fun craft!

Instructions

By maintaining a more connected landscape, where animals are able to move easily between habitats, we can coexist and build resilience together. Create your own coyote origami as a reminder of what you've learned!

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