L.A. Coyote Sighting Report Form
The new frontier of wildlife research: The ecology of the urban coyote.

Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the country, and has been home to coyotes since its creation. We know now that there are some coyotes that spend their entire lives within the bounds of Los Angeles City. Beyond that, however, much of their ecology is shrouded in mystery.

The goal of the LA Urban Coyote Project, run by the Santa Monica Mountains National Park Service, is to provide insight into the lives of coyotes living in Los Angeles, identify ways to minimize future human wildlife conflict in a humane and effective manner, and foster co-existence with urban wildlife.

Note: We are a wildlife research project, and are not the best department to contact in the case of a wildlife emergency. If you or any other person have been attacked by a wild animal, seek appropriate medical help and contact LA Animal Control at (888) 452-7381.
Date of Sighting/Conflict *
December 2016
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Time of Sighting/Conflict
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Street Address of Sighting/Conflict
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City of Sighting/Conflict
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Zip Code of Sighting/Conflict
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Type of Encounter *
Number of Coyotes Observed
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How close were you to the coyote?
Physical Condition of Coyote(s)
Did animal see you?
If animals saw you, did it run away?
Describe aggression of animal on a scale of 0-5
Describe Sighting/Conflict
Include information about what the coyote was doing, and if there was anything that may have led up to the issue if this is a nuisance issue.
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Was coyote being fed by humans?
Did one or more coyotes have visible ear tags or radio collar?
If coyote had ear tags or radio collar, please describe the color (of tags or collar) and which ear tags were on.
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How often do you see a coyote in this area?
Did you haze the animal/s
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