Saturday, February 20, 2016

"February 29th - Coyotes in Urban Areas Meeting for residents"

From RacineUncovered:

Filed under: Local News |

Mount Pleasant Police Department Informational Meeting
Open to the Public
Coyotes in Urban Areas
The police department and the DNR have been fielding a higher number of citizen calls concerning this topic and decided to host a meeting on:
Monday February 29th at 6:00PM
Ebe Auditorium at Village of Mount Pleasant
8811 Campus Drive
Mount Pleasant


(DNR) Wildlife Biologists Dianne Robinson and Martinus Johnson with Conservation Officer Brad Latza will be attending the public meeting to speak on coyote behavior; provide tips on dealing with coyotes in urban areas; and answer questions from the public. The DNR will be presenting a power point presentation on coyotes, followed by a question and answer session.


kkdither said...

I understand that they finally removed about 4 coyotes from the Underwood Parkway in Wauwatosa and relocated them to a less populated area. They had been attacking and killing pets, and becoming more and more bold around people.

OrbsCorbs said...

We're the problem, not them. We keep encroaching on their turf.

drewzepmeister said...

I agree with Orbs.