Palm Desert, CA: Solving Problems with Coyotes Seminar - July 15, 2014 The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens
The Humane Society of the United States invites our members and supporters to join our Solving Problems with Coyotes seminar in Palm Desert.
This seminar will feature tips for protecting pets from coyotes, reducing coyote attractants in neighborhoods, and how to haze bold coyotes. Coyote hazing helps restore the fear of humans back into habituated coyotes and involves the systematic use of deterrents such as noisemakers, projectiles, and water hoses. Communities such as Denver, Colo., have achieved remarkable success using non-lethal deterrence programs.
If you're concerned about coyote sightings in your neighborhood, want to learn how to best protect your pets, or just want to find out more about coyotes, please attend this free seminar!
Please RSVP today for this event and contact Lynsey White Dasher firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions.
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Address: The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens 47900 Portola Avenue Palm Desert, CA 92260 United States
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