Attend our coyote information session on April 12, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Etobicoke Olympium, 590 Rathburn Road, 2nd floor.

April 12 Information Session

Guest speakers will attend from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Toronto Wildlife Centre and Coyote Watch Canada. Topics will include:

  • Coyote behaviour in the urban environment
  • Co-existing with coyotes in Toronto
  • Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act

Coyote facts:

  • Active during the day and at night, particularly dusk and dawn.
  • Help to control rodent and rabbit populations.
  • Thrive in urban areas because of the abundance of food and shelter available.
  • Do not hibernate and may be seen more often during winter months as they are not hidden by foliage.
  • Will eat whatever food is available such as small mammals and birds, and improperly stored garbage.

You should:

  • Never feed coyotes.
  • Always exercise caution around them.

Report a Coyote Sighting

Telephone

416-338-PAWS (7297)

Email

animalservices@toronto.ca

Fill out an online form.