August 4, 2016 at 9:12 pm ·

Exploring our Valley: Coyote Research Facility

Today in “Exploring Our Valley”, we went to the Coyote Research Facility, and the Wellsville area. 

More on the Predator Research Facility (aka: Coyote Research Facility)

Scientists at the National Wildlife Research Center Logan, UT, field station are studying the ecology and behavior of predators in an effort to identify                                                                                     new management techniques and strategies, especially nonlethal tools. Research efforts are directed towards reducing livestock depredations and                                                                                        damage caused by coyotes, bears, and wolves, resolving conflicts in urban areas, and mitigating impacts of predators on wildlife populations.                                                                                                   Station research incorporates a variety of techniques that integrate novel engineering approaches and basic knowledge of the biology of predator species.

The station was established in 1972, and operates in close collaboration with Utah State University (USU). In fact, some of the biologists                                                                                                maintain offices on campus. The station’s most prominent feature, however, is the Millville Predator Research Facility. The 165-acre site, also on USU land,                                                                        allows employees to care for up to 100 adult coyotes involved in learning, behavior, and physiology studies. Examples of current and recent studies based at the                                                               Millville facility include the following:

  • Coyote behavior in captive environments
  • Urban conflicts with black bears
  • Coyote movements
  • Sterilization of coyotes to reduce predation on pronghorn and livestock
  • Coyote foraging and learning
  • Fladry to prevent wolf depredation
  • Coyote and elk interactions
  • Conditioning bears from campgrounds
  • Wolf damage to livestock.
  • Coyote wariness of humans
  • Coyote interactions with bobcats, kit fox, and cougars
  • Non-invasive mark-recapture of Mexican wolves
  • Coyote food habits and prey fluctuations
  • Coyote reproduction

More information can be found at: Research Facility

Coyote Research Facility

Beautiful Wellsville Mountains & the beautiful harvest time fields.

Coyote Research Facility

Coyote Research Facility in Millville

Coyote Research Facility

View of the beautiful Wellsville Mountains from the Coyote Research Facility

Coyote Research Facility

Fields near the Coyote Research Facility. It;s a pretty ride. This was also the Firefighting command station for the Blacksmith Fork/ Millville Fire a couple of years ago. These fields were full of tents, firefighters, and helicopters fighting the huge blaze.

Coyote Research Facility

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March 29, 2016 at 5:57 pm ·

Fox 13 News Super Seniors!

Booming Forward: Celebrating Super Seniors

Our Super Seniors!

Super Seniors

Our Super Seniors!

Our Grandfriends were featured in this episode of Fox13 Booming Forward. Last year we started the #LiveItWell Project. A way to share the idea that no matter your age, you should live life to the fullest. That it is never too late to create goals, dream dreams, or try something you have never done before.

You can visit our Live it Well Project Website at and join in the fun. See pictures of people all over community showing us how they live it well. We believe that life is an amazing adventure, and everyday is a gift.

Did you know?

Williamsburg Assisted Living is managed by SAL Management Group which is a local company that manages several assisted living communities. Click here for more information about SAL Management.

Our goal is to provide a home that looks and feels just like the one that our residents have lived in all of their lives.

We also wanted to provide a great working environment for our SUPER Caregivers and make sure that they dedicated to providing the best care and services to our residents.

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