HomeRSS
EmailPrint
Personalize your online experienceSign in to My Dashboard

Go To Search
Your GovernmentOur CommunityCity ServicesHow Do I
Click to Home

Urban Coyotes
Urban Coyotes
Coyotes sightings are increasingly common in urban areas. These predators have adapted to conditions such as prolonged drought and building encroachment upon former open spaces. Residents must be proactive in keeping them at bay. They can lose their natural fear of humans and become more aggressive when they find convenient food sources.

Never leave pet food or garbage outdoors for these scavengers to enjoy. Do not leave pets unattended outdoors. Children must be taught from an early age to avoid strange animals. Remove thick brush and fallen fruit that may provide potential shelter or a food source for them. Never attempt to feed any wild animal.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife maintains authority over coyotes. For more information visit the website: wildlife.ca.gov or call the Ontario office at 909-484-0167.


Connect with BreaFacebookTwitterVideos