Coyotes in the Metro Area

Start Date Time : Oct 23, 2019 07:00 PM

End Date Time : Oct 23, 2019 08:30 PM

Coyotes have a long history of living in and around populated areas. They have adapted to survive and sometimes even thrive in urban environments, but living in close proximity with people can be a cause of concern. Come learn how coyotes modify their behavior to live in suburban environments, and how they interact with and impact the habitat around them.


Meet guest speaker Chris Nagy, Ph.D. Director of Research and Education – Mianus River Gorge and Co-founder of Gotham Coyote for an informative evening at GLT’s Mueller Preserve. Free and open to the public.


Advance registration is required – please sign up HERE. 


This lecture is part of an Environmental Lecture Series, sponsored by the Greenwich Conservation Commission, starting October 2, and running for eight consecutive Wednesday nights through to November 20. Learn more.