Mississauga is home to a lot of wildlife, including coyotes. Coyotes are native to North America and live in natural areas, including suburbs and cities. Mississauga residents and visitors are encouraged to enjoy and live in harmony with wildlife by not interfering with their natural instincts and behaviours.
Learn more about coyotes and other urban wildlife in Mississauga by visiting mississauga.ca/wildlife.
The City of Mississauga will be hosting a free information session to educate residents on coyotes and how to coexist in urban environments. The session is open to all interested Mississauga residents and will be held on Thursday, February 15. Attendance to the session is being offered either in-person or online.
The session will feature a presentation from Mississauga Animal Services staff who will share information about coyote behaviour, mating season, safety tips and how to report coyote sightings or encounters. The session will also include a Q&A period where residents can ask questions related to coyotes and get answers from the City’s Animal Services team.
Coyote information session – hybrid meeting (attend in-person or online)
This information session is open to all Mississauga residents
Date: Thursday, February 15, 2024
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Burnhamthorpe Community Centre – Applewood Room
1500 Gulleden Drive
Online session – WebEx virtual meeting (requires registration)
Residents are encouraged to share their coyotes questions in advance of the session by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.