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Coyote Town Hall Recap

Mar 30 2018

There have been a few sightings of coyotes around Orange County. These animals live quite comfortably in close proximity of human beings. though coyotes are not normally a danger to us. They will display defensive behaviors if threatened or cornered. Coyotes do pose as a threat to our small pets. The following steps can be taken to protect you and your property from coyotes and other wildlife:

  • Fence off animal enclosures (fully enclose if possible).
  • Keep cats & small dogs indoor or in the close presence of an adult.
  • Feed pets indoors.
  • Store trash in covered heavy-duty containers. 
  • Keep yards free from potential shelter such as thick brush & weeds.
  • Enclose the bottoms of porches & decks.
  • Eliminate potential food & water sources, such as fallen fruit & standing water.

Click here for the informational flyer on coyotes provided by Orange County Animal Care at the Town Hall. For more information, contact OC Animal Care at (714) 935-6848 or visit their website: