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Dr. Numi Mitchell

Lead Scientist

Narragansett Bay Coyote Study

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Narragansett Bay Coyote Study

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Employment History

Lead Scientist, Narragansett Bay Coyote Study

The Conservation Agency

Biologist, Ph.D.

The Conservation Agency



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Earlier this week, Numi ... [cached]

Earlier this week, Numi Mitchell, who leads the study, and a sharpshooter armed with nonlethal, rubber bullets may have startled passing motorists when they were hunting a coyote off Valley Road in Middletown. Mitchell, who uses a GPS tracking device to track the coyotes, said it was the first time she had to use their Aversive Coyote Tactics policy, which involves using scare tactics "to reset the habitual coyote behavior" and re-instill his natural fear of humans.

To read the full story, click here. RIP Carl, strawberry thief July 5, 2016-Dr. Numi Mitchell of the Narragansett Bay Coyote Study reported today that "Carl," our collared coyote in Portsmouth, was euthanized by a farmer. Carl was the coyote who led us to the woman in Portsmouth who was feeding him and subsequently fined for the offense. Several weeks ago, Carl was shot and wounded in the act of stealing strawberries at a local farm. As he bolted from the scene, the farmer who shot him noticed his tracking collar and reported the incident with apologies to NBCS. Carl's tracking data over the next few weeks showed that his movements were very limited. When the farmer saw him again, he was in very bad shape, so the farmer put him down and removed his collar.
"Forensic tracking" is a term coined by Dr. Numi Mitchell of the Narragansett Bay Coyote Study (NBCS) to describe the use of high-tech GPS collars to plot the movements of coyotes and uncover the food sources that may be serving as attractants.
says Dr. Mitchell of NBCS.
Ms. Prince was followed by Numi Mitchell, a wildlife biologist and lead scientist for the NBCS.
Dr. Mitchell reviewed the findings of her research over the past decade, which has involved the trapping, collaring and tracking of numerous coyotes on Aquidneck and Conanicut Islands.

Events: March 2012 - - [cached]

- Dr. Numi Mitchell, Lead Scientist and Project Director for the Narragansett Bay Coyote Study, The Conservation Agency

Hosted by Sustainable Communities Initiative at the Room 128, Clarke Science Building at Rhode Island College: 600 Mount Pleasant Ave, Providence, RI.
Contact Dante Del Giudice at (401) 456-8428 or by e-mail for more information.

British Virgin Islands: Flamingo Reintroduction to Anegada - The Conservation Agency | The Conservation Agency [cached]

TCA researchers Dr. Numi Mitchell and Glenn Mitchell; James Conyers, BAMZ staff member; and TCA field assistant Rondell Smith from Anegada, unwrapped the birds and released them into a seine net enclosure for release the next day.

Circuit Biologist for Land Trusts - The Conservation Agency | The Conservation Agency [cached]

Dr. Numi Mitchell, who filled the Circuit Biologist post, has consulted for land trusts in Newport County for the past decade documenting existing conditions and making management recommendations concerning native plant and animal communities, wetlands, habitat corridors, rare species, and invasive exotic species. As a consultant, Dr. Mitchell developed a working familiarity with the currently available data and manages The Conservation Agency's present GIS database. In this program she expanded her role by helping manage land acquisitions as a network, not as isolated parcels in the way a consultant would.

As a circuit biologist, Dr. Mitchell served the following functions:
Numi Mitchell at the Branch Office, 67 Howland Avenue, or call 401-423-0866.

Contact Us - The Conservation Agency | The Conservation Agency [cached]

(use address above for Dr. Mitchell)

Branch Office
6 Swinburne Street, Jamestown, Rhode Island, USA, 02835 Phone and Fax: (401) 423-2652
Numi Mitchell, Ph.D., President

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