In early January the South Bay Cities Council of governments (SBCCOG) hosted a Coyote Management Task Force to discuss a regional approach to the coyote issues that almost all South Bay cities are experiencing.  

Representatives from 10 cities and about 50 people attended the meeting for the full agenda of speakers who gave presentations on the need to educate residents that they should not be leaving ‘attractors’ out for the coyotes such as food or water for cats and dogs.  Also, there was an emphasis on respecting the coyotes and managing the problems that occur.

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