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Badger Talks Live: "Red Foxes and Coyotes – Our Path to Co-Existence"

Speaker: David Drake

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Time
12 p.m.
Location
Description
Most, if not all, cities in North America have red foxes and coyotes that live permanently within city limits and share the same spaces as humans and their pets. The UW Urban Canid Project has been live trapping and radio collaring red foxes and coyotes in Madison, WI since 2014 to better understand how these wild canid species co-exist with each other and humans. These results will be shared, as will the methods used the capture, radio collar, and study these fascinating animals.
Cost
Free

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