Meet area’s urban coyotes during virtual meeting Sept. 27

Photo by Ken Pickle

Learn more about coyotes and their role in our environment during a free virtual presentation from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27.

Coyotes are a natural part of the ecosystem of local green spaces. Coyotes can also benefit humans and ecosystems by helping control populations of mice, rats, voles, moles, and rabbits. To help share a better understanding of the behaviors of these animals, the University of Washington Botanic Gardens has assembled a panel whose expertise and experience dispel urban lore and provide years of research in its place.

You can register via Zoom here:

More information can be found here:

Also see information on coexisting with urban carnivores at, which includes a Frequently Asked Questions sheet about coyotes here:


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