On December 1, 2015 a public symposium was conducted by Hoang Dinh of LA Animal Services and volunteers from CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. The event focused on co-existing with coyotes and emphasized the importance of not feeding (even fallen fruit can attract them) and “hazing” to keep them naturally afraid of humans. The event was sponsored by the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council Public Safety Committee.
- For any Human life threatening situations call 9-1-1.
- For any urgent animal related EMERGENCY calls (injured, orphaned (alone >24 hours), distressed, or sick animals) call your local shelter at 888-452-7381 and follow the prompts.
- If you experience unusual wildlife behaviors, contact the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
For more information regarding how to co-exist with our local Wildlife, search on or call our LA Animal Services NON EMERGENCY Wildlife phone line 323-225-WILD (9453).