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New Meetup: Learn from a wildlife expert how to live with Coyotes rather than killing them

From: martha l.
Sent on: Monday, April 16, 2012 5:24 PM

Announcing a new Meetup for Syracuse Sierra Club Meetup Group!

What: Learn from a wildlife expert how to live with Coyotes rather than killing them
When: Monday, April 23,[masked]:45 PM

Where: American LegionHall
205 Cypress St
Liverpool, NY 13088

We are meeting at the American Legion Hall, 205 Cypress Street, Liverpool, in the upstairs large meeting room next Monday, 4/23/12, from 4:45 to 6:00pm. Elise Able, president of Fox Wood Wildlife Center and a highly regarded wildlife expert, writer, and speaker on coyotes and their behavior will present regarding “Eastern Coyotes: Friend or Foe?”. After her presentation, Elise will be going to the Salina Town Hall on School Road (off of Old Liverpool Rd) for the 6:30 Town Board meeting where she will address the Board as well.

 

Please plan on coming to both events and please send your letters to the editor to ask that this town take a step back, calm down from the fear that a couple of residents and the “nuisance wildlife exterminator” are causing and consider learning about humane alternatives by looking at other communities that have successfully learned to live with coyotes rather than killing them.

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