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All are encouraged to attend ‘Living With Coyotes’ presentation January 26

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Event is open to all in the area and is free of charge with no pre-registration necessary

  With coyote sightings becoming more common in communities throughout Massachusetts, the City of Malden and the Malden Police Department will host a special presentation on Thursday, January 26th at 6:30 p.m. in the Forestdale School auditorium, 74 Sylvan St. to address coyote behaviors and concerns.

 This presentation is open to all Malden and area residents. This event is free of charge with no pre-registration necessary

   City Officials, and Mass Wildlife Biologist Chalis Bird will be on hand to discuss coyote behavior and ways residents can avoid and reduce any intrusive interactions with these wild animals.
The question-and-answer session is open to the public and there will be paper handouts as well. The Malden Police Department encourages residents to attend this public safety presentation.

  For more information, please contact the Malden Police Department at 781-397-7171 Ext. 1302.

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