Coyote Leaving Central Park's Hallet Sanctuary
Riverside Female Sitting On Nest

Upcoming Talk On Coyotes, Sunday March 28th, 2 p.m.

The Wild Dog Foundation, Wildlife in Need of Rescue and the Urban Park Rangers are hosting a talk on coyotes later this month.  Given all of the coyotes in the Manhattan these past few weeks, it comes at a great time for those interested in these animals.  The details of the talk are:

New York City Coyotes: Return of Native Wildlife
Balancing Urban Ecology or Conflict in the Concrete Jungle

by The Wild Dog Foundation, Wildlife In Need Of Rescue & the Urban Park Rangers

Sunday, March 28th, 2 pm
Central Park North Meadow Recreation Center
(Enter the park at 97th and Central Park West and walk east or enter the park at 97th and 5th avenue and walk west.)

The wild coyote has a long history intertwined with man, present in Native American folklore through to today's modern news clippings. Please join Frank Vincenti of the Wild Dog Foundation, Bob and Cathy Horvath of Wildlife In Need of Rescue and the Urban Park Rangers, to further explore their fascinating ecology and potential in New York City.