History and Ecology of the Eastern Coyote


In an effort to broaden understanding of the local eastern coyote (Canis latrans), Wildlife Outreach Specialist Dana Goin discusses the history and ecology of the eastern coyote, and what we can do to best coexist with them. Coyotes are highly adaptable animals and have become exceptionally adept at living adjacent to humans, even going so far as to thrive in cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, and NYC. Join us to better understand the behavior and benefits of the eastern coyote and how to empower our communities with the tools, information, and resources we require to coexist with this misunderstood predator.

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