Secret Lives of Coyotes in the City
Secret Lives of Coyotes in the City

Secret Lives of Coyotes in the City
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8/22/2018 7:00 PM
112 Krog St.
Atlanta, GA 30307, US
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Secret Lives of Coyotes in the City
Trees Atlanta Speaker Series

August 22, 2018 (Wednesday)
This Speaker Series event is free with registration.

Doors open at 6:30 PM - Light refreshments and networking
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Presentation

Trees Atlanta - TreeHouse
112 Krog St. Suite 7, Atlanta, GA 30307

Nearly half a million residents call the City of Atlanta home, so where is there room for wildlife? Diverse wildlife habitats are found throughout our city in the forest. This talk reveals the habits and habitats of a seemingly novel urban creature: coyotes.

The presence of wildlife, particularly predators like coyotes in urban settings, usually triggers a predictable set of responses from the community, ranging from fear and concern to curiosity and wonderment. Coyotes may even call your in town neighborhood home, too. Perhaps you've seen them near persimmon trees?

Come join us as we host the Atlanta Coyote Project who will reveal the Secret Lives of Coyotes in the City.

Our presenter is Dr. Chris Mowry, Associate Professor of Biology at Berry College. He is the founder of the Atlanta Coyote Project. Among the organization's priorities is that human communities coexist synergistically and peacefully with wildlife. The Atlanta Coyote Project serves as a framework for the scientific study of coyotes, while also providing an educational resource for the public as coyotes become permanent fixtures in the southeastern United States.


Thank you to the following organizations whose support enables Trees Atlanta to bring you this education event.



Photo credit: Larry Wilson - Coyote in Piedmont Park

The TreeHouse is located in a popular eating and commercial area in Inman Park. Our building is on the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail between Edgewood Avenue and Irwin Street. We encourage you to be mindful of potential traffic and limited parking in this popular in town location. Please consider walking, biking, or transit. 

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