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Village Talk: Coyotes!
January 19, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
January’s Village Talk:
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Come learn from Keli Hendricks, Project Coyote’s Ranching with Wildlife Coordinator, about the fascinating world of Canis latrans – their intelligence, resourcefulness, complex social structures, and how they have managed to thrive despite being one the most persecuted animals on the Continent. Whether you love them, hate them, or just want to learn more about them, this entertaining and informative talk will shed light on the mysteries
surrounding America’s Song Dog, including common questions like; Are coyotes dangerous? Are my outdoor cats safe? Are coyotes becoming overpopulated? What’s all the yapping about?
Project Coyote is a national nonprofit made up of scientists, educators,
ranchers and community leaders that promotes coexistence between people and
wildlife through education, science and advocacy.
FOCC Members — Free Admission
General Public — $5 Admission
Keli Hendricks is a former professional horse trainer who now serves as the
Ranching With Wildlife Coordinator for Project Coyote.
Keli lives on the Bar C R Ranch in Petaluma with her husband Dean, who
has managed the cow/calf operation on the ranch for over 20 years.
She also volunteers for Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue, where she works
in the hospital and fosters orphaned wildlife.
Hot beverages and snacks will be provided. Please dress warmly!
Space is limited and reservations are required.
Reserve at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 456-0766
Include your name and the number of seats you need.
We will reply to confirm your reservation.
Cancellation announcements will be posted on the FOCC website homepage.