Library hosts Coyotes in Connecticut discussion

Coyotes were not always native to the Connecticut area; however, they are now a part of our CT ecosystem. The Fairfield Woods Branch Library, 1147 Fairfield Woods Road will be hosting Frank Vincente of the Wild Dog Foundation on Sunday, October 18 at 2 p.m. to discuss how coyotes can benefit our suburban ecology.

Learn from this nonprofit wildlife education group how to act during an encounter with a coyote and how we may be unwittingly enticing these animals into our neighborhoods. Ultimately, Vincente will explain how we can live in harmony with coyotes. Frank Vincenti founded the Wild Dog Foundation in 1996 and has been active in wolf restoration, the conservation of endangered species like African Wild Dogs and educating locally on fox and coyote populations.

Advance registration is required due to the limited space.

All programs at the Fairfield Public Library are free of charge. For more information and to register for this event call 203-256-3160, or visit us on the web www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org . Follow the Fairfield Public Library on Twitter: www.twitter.com/fairfieldpublib and Facebook: www.facebook.com/fairfieldlibrary.

Coyotes resemble a small, lanky German shepherd dog, but have wide, pointed ears, a long muzzle, yellow yes, and an uncurled, bush tail which is carried low to the ground. Their weight averages 30-50 pounds.

Coyotes resemble a small, lanky German shepherd dog, but have wide, pointed ears, a long muzzle, yellow yes, and an uncurled, bush tail which is carried low to the ground. Their weight averages 30-50 pounds.

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