What We Do
ARTICLES AND DOWNLOADS
As a creative educational endeavor, we actively research and present information on wild canids through our photography, non-fiction narrative, exhibits, talks, and community outreach to inspire and educate the public.
To read our articles see: Articles
To download free educational PDFs see: Downloads
The Canid Project offers dynamic multimedia presentations on the canid species. Because we are comprised of published and award-winning wildlife photographers who have worked extensively in the field with wild canids, you can count on our presentations to be full of beautiful images and information to inspire and educate.
Find out more or book a presentation here: Presentations
FOX RESCUE AND DETERRENT SERVICES
The Canid Project provides the only species-specific fox rehabilitation program in Louisiana. Through state-permitted program we rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned and injured Red and Gray Foxes. We also are here to answer your questions on these native wild canids.
We are available to speak or meet with you regarding humane and ethical deterrence methods, and/or the retrieval of injured or orphaned urban Gray Fox, Red Fox, (and coyote on a case by case basis).
For more information on these services see: Fox Rescue and Deterrence
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITS AND WORKSHOPS
Periodically we offer photography exhibits, both on and offline, that help to fund The Canid Project. Also, another source of funding for us is through The Canid Project's professional wildlife photography workshops. Not only are our workshop leaders experts in wildlife photography who take ethical approaches to their work, they are also deeply knowledgable of the subjects they photograph.
Be sure to stay up to date with these events here: News + Events