(Updated November 14, 2018)
On December 12, 2016, the Town of Corte Madera and the City of Larkspur co-hosted a community meeting, Coexisting with Coyotes. Topics covered during the meeting included a primer on local coyote populations, strategies for deterring coyotes, navigating coyote encounters, and local agency responses to coyote interactions.
The meeting featured presentations by Capt. Cindy Machado, Director of Animal Services with Marin Humane Society, David Herlocker, Interpretive Naturalist with Marin County Parks and Open Space and Keli Hendricks, Ranching with Wildlife Coordinator with Project Coyote.
The video of the meeting runs approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes and can be viewed here or through the video link embedded below. A PDF of the PowerPoint presentation provided at the December 12th meeting is available here.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife ask that you please respect and protect wild animals. Keep them wild.
Click here to submit a wildlife incident report to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Coyote Hazing Techniques Please click here to view video demonstration of effective coyote hazing techniques.
***If you are interested in acquiring an informational door hanger for yourself and/or your neighbors, feel free to contact Project Coyote by calling 415-945-3232