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Eastern Coyote Lecture in Watertown

Eastern Coyote Lecture in Watertown

Eastern Coyote Lecture in Watertown

Is that a dog?  No?  It could be a coyote that you’ve spotted.  The Eastern Coyote can even be found in Cambridge.  I haven’t seen one (though I have had some rather odd animal encounters – a deer on Orchard Street, a stuck possum on Somerville Ave) but I know people who have over by Mount Auburn cemetery or Fresh Pond.  

I do remember the eerie howls of coyotes you could hear at night from my parents’ porch when they lived in NH.  We’re the ones incroaching on their turf.

On Thursday, November 17th, there will be an Eastern Coyote lecture in Watertown.

The Belmont Animal Control Officer, John Maguranis, will present a lecture, Living with the Eastern Coyote, at the Watertown Town Hall.

Coyote Lecture:

Where: Watertown Town Hall, 2nd floor, 149 Main Street, Watertown

When: Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Free and open to the public

I wrote this post several days ago and scheduled it for today.  Coincidentally the Boston Globe published an editorial today calling for education so that people can coexist with the coyotes that have been spotted more frequently in suburban towns like Belmont and Newton.  Watertown’s Eastern Coyote lecture is just the ticket.

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