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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES TO HOST ONLINE COYOTE CHAT FEB. 26 AT NOON

February 24, 2015

Coyotes will be the topic of an online chat Feb. 26.Coyotes will be the topic of an online chat Feb. 26.

MADISON - Join Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources experts for an online chat Feb. 26 at noon and learn more about coyotes in Wisconsin.

Coyotes can be found throughout much of the state, and are considered opportunistic omnivores that rely on a number of food sources. Staff will be on hand to answer questions ranging from nuisance wildlife concerns to habitat and behavior.

Visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword "chat" to submit questions and view responses from DNR experts. Here, you can also view past chats and sign up to receive email notifications.

For more information regarding coyotes in Wisconsin, search keyword "furbearers." To learn more about urban coyotes, search keywords "urban wildlife."

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: John Olson, DNR Furbearer Biologist, 715-685-2934, Geriann Albers, Assistant Furbearer Biologist, 608-261-6452

Last Revised: Tuesday, February 24, 2015




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