Education and Outreach Speaker’s Series

Speaker’s Series

Linda Bolon, Arizona representative for Project Coyote, presented on how to coexist with coyotes at the White Tank Mountain Regional Park in cooperation with the White Tank Mountains Conservancy on January 7.

She was the first of four individuals speaking in the series “Living with Urban Wildlife.”

Guest were intrigued as Bolon shared the habits, diet, and behaviors of these shaggy scavengers as she educated the audience of nearly forty on how to live with coyotes. 

Bolon left the audience with the tips for coexisting with coyotes.

Do Not Feed Coyotes
Keeping coyotes wild is the key to coexisting.
Remove Attractants
Feed pets inside; contain waste; compost and pick up fallen fruit.
Supervise Your Pets
Walk dogs on leash and keep cats inside for safety.
Keep Coyotes Wary
If you are approached, act big and make loud noises.
Appreciate Coyotes
At a distance!

From Project Coyote  www.projectcoyote.org