Webinars + Podcasts
Check out the project media below to learn more about our research!
WEBINARS BY OUR RESEARCH TEAM
Podcasts featuring our research team
Scientific American Podcast: Science, Quickly: A surprising new gene discovery in coyotes may help conserve the critically endangered wolf.
Gulf Coast Canine Project's very own Drs. vonHoldt and Brzeski were interviewed for SA's podcast: Science, Quickly. Listen in for a quick overview of our work and it's significance for endangered species.
THE wolf connection
The Wolf Connection (Episode #161): Kristin Brzeski (Founder, Director) and Bridgett vonHoldt (co-Director) of the Gulf Coast Canine Project (GCCP), which was created to encompass their research and the community-based approach they are developing to understand, monitor, and manage the unique canines persisting across the Gulf Coast. With habitat being threatened for these unique canids on Galveston Island in Texas, the GCCP has looked at the ecological impact on "Ghost Wolves" and are trying to create environmentally conscious spaces. Bridgett and Kristin went into detail about their expanded research, strategies to bring eco-tourists to Galveston Island, and form good practices for conservation, preservation and sustainable ecosystems.
The Wolf Connection (Episode #93): The first of the Wolf Connection's podcasts recorded at The International Wolf Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 2022. Bridgett vonHoldt, Kristin Brzeski, and Joey Hinton are all co-founders of the Gulf Coast Canine Project and friends! Listen here about how the project evolved and their goals to understand the genetic ancestry of the unique wild canines persisting along the Gulf Coast of the United States. They podcast discussed their work both individually and as colleagues, and their experiences being at The International Wolf Symposium for the first time.
The Canid project podcast: Season 1
Deep dive science-storytelling and interviews that share the natural history, science, and current research of North America's wild canids.
SEASON 1: Come along with us to explore the recent Red Wolf ancestry research in coastal Louisiana as well as peripheral insights into the history of the Red Wolf in Louisiana and Texas. It is brought to you by hosts Amy Shutt, Director of The Canid Project and Dr. Joey Hinton, Senior Research Scientist with the Wolf Conservation Center and team researcher of the Gulf Coast Canine Project, studying the coyote and red wolf. The Red Wolf Project is a documentary endeavor under The Canid Project.
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