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Rep. Kupchick Announces Coyote Information Forum

History of coyotes their habits and habitat, conflicts with people and pets, coyote disease, and problem coyote management which includes pet protection, yard management and coyote removal/trapping

Coyote Information Forum

Due to the increased coyote activity in Fairfield, Representative Brenda Kupchick (R-132), Fairfield Police Chief, Gary MacNamara, and Fairfield Animal Control Officer, Paul Miller are hosting a coyote education seminar on the biology and control of Eastern Coyotes on Wednesday, January 23rd.  They will be joined by Senator John McKinney (R-28), Rep. Kim Fawcett (D-133), and Rep. Tony Hwang (R-134).  The seminar is free and open to the public.

Chris Vann, a Nuisance Wildlife Biologist with the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, DEEP will serve as the main speaker. Subjects covered will be the history of coyotes their habits and habitat, conflicts with people and pets, coyote disease, and problem coyote management which includes pet protection, yard management and coyote removal/trapping.

A Question and Answer period will be held at the end of the seminar, Rep. Kupchick will serve as the moderator.

Please see below for more details:

When: Wednesday, January 23, 2013
6:00pm-8:00pm

Where: Board of Education Meeting Room
2nd Floor
Riverview Plaza Building
501 Kings Highway East, Fairfield.

For further information please contact Fairfield Animal Control at 203-254-4857.
Or Email Rep Kupchick at Brenda.Kupchick@cga.ct.gov

http://cthousegop.com/2013/01/rep-kupchick-announces-coyote-information-forum/

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R. Ludlowe January 23, 2013 at 10:30 PM
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