Coyote Safety Workshop Returns with Virtual Webinar | WEDNESDAY

Register for the informative forum, scheduled for Wednesday, February 24

PHOTO: National Park Service | News | A coyote pup on a porch

Concerned about neighborhood coyotes? Interested in learning how to help keep them away? Then join this family-friendly Coyote Safety webinar! Our expert Wildlife Manager Lauren Hamlett will share information about the urban coyote and demonstrate humane hazing techniques so that you can peacefully – and safely – coexist with coyotes.

Originally, the series was held in the South Pasadena Public Library’s Community Room. This will be the first time in over a year that the seminar will be providing information, making its virtual debut.

The much-maligned coyote, like other North American predators, is caught in a no-win situation.

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With less space than ever before to survive, the incredibly adaptable species has been able to successfully incorporate urban environments into their habitat and ecology.

Unfortunately, sharing space with coyotes can cause conflicts. Folks fear for their safety and the safety of their children, pets, and other livestock.

Caution is absolutely advised when it comes to wild animals, but coexistence without violence or death is possible. Dispelling some commonly-held myths about coyotes and discussing effective preventative methods can bring us closer to understanding these unique creatures.

Can’t attend? This webinar will be recorded.

Coyote Safety Workshop
Wednesday, February 24

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.