Living with Coyotes
Coyotes are a part of life in the high and low desert alike. As a fundamental part of life in Nevada, it’s important to learn to live with these often misunderstood animals. To help the public, NDOW has scheduled two workshops to teach the public about how to manage coyote conflicts.
This week, Edwin sits down with Carl Frey, a member of wildlife services, and Jessica Heitt, a specialist in human/wildlife conflict at NDOW to talk about living with urban coyotes and workshops being offered by NDOW and Wildlife Services, a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The workshops are scheduled for Aug. 14 in Reno at NDOW’s Valley Road office and on Aug. 16 at the Clark County Library.