Winter Lecture Series: Connecticut’s Eastern Coyote

Richard Taylor, Master Wildlife Conservationist, will focus on the coyote’s history, diet, and behavior. He will also offer guidance on living with Eastern coyotes.

Saturday March 23, 2024 2:00PM
East Lyme Room
East Lyme Public Library
Society Road

Speaker- Richard Taylor, Master Wildlife Conservationist, Connecticut DEEP Wildlife Team. Richard is a retired Human Resources executive who has had an interest in wildlife and fishing his entire life. Since his retirement, he completed Connecticut’s Master Wildlife Conservationist program and is now actively volunteering and presenting programs on wildlife throughout the state. Richard’s repertoire of Master Wildlife Conservationist Programs include- Bald Eagle, Bats, Bobcat, Black bear, Eastern coyote, Fisher, White–tailed deer, Wild turkey and Wildlife and Connecticut’s Changing Landscape.

East Lyme Commission for the Conservation of Natural Resources and Pollinator Pathway East Lyme 2024 Winter Lecture Series