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‘Coyote Safety Kits’ for Greenwich Residents Available on a Case by Case Basis

“Coyote Safety Kits” include “hazing” safety guidelines, reusable safety air blaster or air horn, mini-air blasters (for use while running or for kids), bear bell, whistle, reflective tape and “throw can” (a noisemaker that can be used to scare off coyotes from a distance). Continue Reading →

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Worried about the Coyote in Your Yard? You Can Co-Exist.

Come to a lecture at the Bruce Museum on Tuesday, April 5th at 7:00pm on coyotes! Coyotes eat many different foods including rodents, rabbits, birds, deer, snakes, frogs, insects, fruit, vegetables, garbage and pet food. In residential areas, coyotes can lose their fear of people because they associate food supply with us. Coyotes may also become bold if they are attracted to natural food sources near people and have no negative experiences when being close to people and houses. They readily prey on rodents, which is a benefit to people. Continue Reading →

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