Presentation on Urban Coytoes Planned Tuesday

Local wildlife advocate Don Molde hosts a free presentation that includes separating fact from fiction in regard to coyotes at 6:30 p.m. April 2 at Spanish Springs Library, 7100 Pyramid Way.

Molde co-founded the Nevada Wildlife Alliance, along with the social media forum Nevadans for Responsible Wildlife Management.

Topics and questions to be addressed include whether urban and suburban coyotes really live on household pets and whether coyotes are destroying the livestock industry in the West.

The presentation will be upbeat, informational, educational and fact-filled, according to event literature. It’s also billed as family-friendly and promises no disturbing images.

For more information, call the library at 775-424-1800 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/spanish-springs-library-7100-pyramid-way-sparks-nv/lets-talk-coyotes/655557871561493/.

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