Living With Coyotes program coming to Wellesley Free Library

Photo by Wellesley Police of coyote among us

Photo by Wellesley Police of coyote among us

The Wellesley Conservation Council (WCC) is hosting a program called “Living with Coyotes: The most misunderstood and remarkable animal in North America” at Wellesley Free Library on Wednesday, April 16 at 7pm. . John Maguranis, the Massachusetts representative for Project Coyote as well as the Belmont Animal Control Officer, will discuss identification and tracking, behavior and habitat, myths and facts, and Community Hazing (a tool for keeping coyotes at a distance).  Wellesley animal control officer Sue Webb will also be in attendance to answer questions.

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