SFDOG is helping promote a field training to learn when and how to haze a coyote, to keep them from habituating to people.
Coyote Hazing Field Training
Wed, October 7, 2015
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Pine Lake Dog Play Area (off-leash area next to Stern Grove)
Pergola (wooden structure in the off-leash area at the Vale Ave parking lot)
Presented by Gina Farr, National Coyote Educator, Project Coyote
Learn what to do if you see a coyote and when it is appropriate to haze one. Learn what hazing entails.
Learn how to keep everyone — people, dogs, coyotes — safe, and how we can all continue to enjoy this wonderful park.
Farr will illustrate proper hazing techniques and discuss when they should be used. Coyote Hazing Field Training will be held outside, by the pergola in the off-leash area at Pine Lake (immediately adjacent to Stern Grove; next to the parking lot on Vale)
Sponsored by: SF Rec and Park Dept, SF Animal Care and Control, Project Coyote, and SFDOG
NOTE: This is NOT the community meeting we\’ve been pushing SF Rec and Park (RPD) to have. RPD is finally organizing a community meeting for October 22, but I don\’t have any other details yet. More info to follow when I get it from RPD.