Coexisting with Coyotes
HSHV Virtual Event


Join us as we welcome coyote expert, Holly Hadac, for this informational presentation on how to coexist with urban coyotes. Holly will discuss coyote behavior and feeding patterns, scientific data regarding coyotes in urban settings and offer humane solutions for coexisting with coyotes who may reside in or near your neighborhood.

  • Time: 5:00-6:00pm, 45 minute presentation followed by a Q&A session
  • Cost: $5 per person 

Read more about the presenter:

Holly Hadac:

Holl'y Hadac


Holly Hadac is a DNR Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator with 23 years of experience.  She specializes in large mammals and coyote education.  Holly has worked with wildlife biologists trapping and studying coyotes in other states, and most recently was an assistant researcher with the Southeastern Michigan Coyote Research Project.  This was a PhD study from Wayne State University where the team trapped, radio collared, and tracked coyotes.  She will discuss the results of that study along with her experiences as a wildlife rehabilitator having coyotes in her care from three day old pups to injured adults.  Holly wants peoples’ opinions of coyotes to be based on facts backed up by research and personal experiences, not media hype. 


Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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