[Tweeters] Re: rats, feeders, and relocation

Julia N Allen DrJNA at comcast.net
Wed Feb 6 09:07:06 PST 2008

Seattle Parks Department is hosting a "Living with Wildlife" Open
House with the Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife, as well as other

This was precipitated by the recent developments in Discovery Park
regarding coyote encounters with humans. The purpose of the Open
House is to provide helpful information designed to reduce conflicts
with urban wildlife.

It is tomorrow night, Thursday 2/7/08 at 6:30 PM at Blaine School in
Magnolia (2550 34th Ave West.)

Additional information is available from Joelle Ligon (Parks Dept)
684-8020, joelle.ligon at seattle.gov.

Julia N Allen
Magnolia, Seattle
DrJNA at comcast.net

On Feb 5, 2008, at 9:21 PM, christopher anderson wrote:

> Howdy Tweets:


> The WDFW "Living with Wildlife" website covers many common species

> that can, at times, create some problems; and what to do to prevent

> or remedy those problems. It also covers promotion of techniques

> to coexist with wildlife that we often share space with.


> The website is:

> http://wdfw.wa.gov/wlm/living/index.htm


> Cheers,


> Chris Anderson

> North Seattle

> cdanders AT hotmail DOT com







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