The City of Calabasas has scheduled a “Coyote Education Night” on Monday, February 27, 2012 at 7:00pm in Founders Hall at the Calabasas Public Library, 200 Civic Center Way.

The program, a joint project of the City, the Calabasas Environmental Commission, the California Wildlife Center, the National Park Service, and Project Coyote will feature wildlife protection experts sharing valuable knowledge about safe co-existence with these native animals.

Scheduled to Appear:
- Camilla H. Fox, Founder and Executive Director of Project Coyote
- Cindy Reyes, Executive Director of the California Wildlife Center
- Seth Riley with the National Park Service

The evening’s topics will include coyote ecology, do’s and don’ts of living near coyotes, steps homeowners can take to protect their property, as well as information on the City of Calabasas Coyote Management Plan.

Attendees are encouraged to share the knowledge they gain with businesses, HOAs and other organizations. The program is free, and RSVPs can be made via email to The Calabasas Library is located at 200 Civic Center Way (adjacent to the Commons at Calabasas) in Calabasas.

For more information about living with Coyotes in Calabasas, visit


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