Thursday June 25, 7:00 to 8:30
First Church, 316 Essex St. Salem
Have you seen coyotes in your yard? Walking in the woods? On the golf course? Do you have questions, concerns, or just a general interest in where these animals have come from?
Please join us for a lively presentation on living with coyotes.
Coyotes about one of the most misunderstood and remarkable animals in North America. Our guest speaker is John Maguranis, Belmont ACO, wildlife enthusiast, and a representative of Project Coyote, www.projectcoyote.org, will provide a wide-ranging look at:
- natural behavior and habits of coyotes,
- myths and facts
- pet and human safety,
- hazing techniques.
There will be plenty of time for questions, and light refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by Salem SAFE, Salem Sound Coastwatch, Salem Community Gardens, the Plummer Home Farm Project, Olde Salem Greens Golf Course, Winter Island, and Marblehead Conservancy.
PARKING is available on Essex St., in the First Church’s circular driveway, and in the rear parking lot (enter lot from 114 / North Street, take the last right immediately before the lights at Essex St.).