Coyote Management Workshop – August 10 – 6-8:00pm

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coyoteThursday, August 10th, 6-8 p.m.

Southwestern Community College Room 114
60 Almond School Rd, Bryson City, NC

The NC Wildlife Resources Commission, along with Jackson and Swain County Cooperative Extension and USDA Wildlife Services, is holding a coyote conflict management workshop for landowners.

Biologists will discuss:

  • Coyote biology and behavior
  • Practical, non-lethal methods to prevent/reduce coyote conflicts
  • Laws and regulations on taking of coyotes
  • Basic trapping techniques to address problem coyotes

The event is free, but pre-registration is required.
Register by email at jessie.birckhead@ncwildlife.org
Or call 919-707-0068 to register by phone.

For questions or directions, contact Rob Hawk at 828-736-6919.

For more information visit: www.ncwildlife.org/Have-A-Problem/Coyote-Workshops

Sponsored by: North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, N.C. Cooperative Extension, and USDA