Evan Wilson has been long involved with the coyote research program. Having plenty of field experience prior to beginning at McGraw, he started with our project as a technician and "ended" with a MS degree, investigating the presence of sarcoptic mange in the coyote population. He then spent 2013 working on manuscripts and analyzing data after finishing his thesis. Evan devoted countless hours to many projects even while focused on his studies. Although he will still be working on some elements of the research, we wish him the best as he moves into a PhD position studying wildlife population dynamics in Madison, WI.