These dreamcatchers are handmade by a Huron artisan using small branches and real fur pieces from coyote, black bear and wolf. They are decorated with beads, leather laces and peacock feathers, with a coyote, black bear or wolf claw woven into the middle of the web.
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||Huron Coyote Fur Dreamcatcher
||Huron Black Bear Fur Dreamcatcher
||Huron Wolf Fur Dreamcatcher
Genus and species of Coyote: Canis latrans. Wild.
Genus and species of Black Bear: Ursus americanus. Wild. CITES II.
Genus and species of Wolf: Canis lupus. Wild. CITES.
These dreamcatchers are not for export due to CITES controls on the bear and wolf parts, and possibly on the peacock feathers.
According to the Ministry of Natural Resources, tanned or treated black bear skins do not require a permit to ship to other provinces within Canada. Last updated July 31, 2014.
bears around the world are considered to be a threatened species. The
trade in these skins is regulated to ensure that the bears do not face
extinction. Black bear are no longer found in some areas, but are
quite plentiful in Canada. In fact, according to the Globe
& Mail, more than 100,000 black bears are thought to live in the
Canadian province of Ontario alone. All of our skins have been
legally acquired. The bear skins come from legal hunting or
For more information, see My Understanding of Ontario's Wildlife Laws and the Trade in Wildlife Products.
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