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On Tuesday, April 28, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at Norwood Public School, Mr. Anthony McBride from New Jersey Fish and Wildlife will make a presentation on Eastern Wild Coyotes. This presentation will inform on the behavior of the Eastern Coyote, their history, when and how they first came to the State; their natural habitat, the damage they cause. Most important to us will be what steps we can take to make our property less attractive to them as well as how to handle ourselves when confronted by one. Please join Mayor Barsa for this very important and informative session.

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For more information about Coyotes in New Jersey please click here (a new page will open)


From the Board of Chosen Freeholders Bergen County Department of Health Services

Please be aware of Wild Coyotes in Bergen County

Rabies is a fatal viral disease if untreated. Any mammal can carry rabies if infected. A rabid animal may act aggressive, friendly, active or lazy. Do not feed, handle or approach wild or unknown animals, including cats and kittens. All animal bites or scratches should be reported to your local police department. Call the Norwood Police Department at 201-768-0850.

Please review this flyer for more information - click here.

For further information please visit the Bergen County Department of Health Services website at www.bergenhealth.org or call 201-634-2600

 

 

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