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Poison Free Agoura in Agoura Hills/Coexist with Urban Wildlife

Welcome

Below are pictures of urban wildlife taken in Old Agoura before and after the Woolsey fire.  One of the things I do is track the health of urban wildlife near my home in Old Agoura. We lost a lot of habitat on our property after the fire. I am happy to report I am seeing wildlife again and the wildlife looks healthy. Enjoy the pictures! 


Carolyn Trocino, Director of Urban Wildlife Education & Communication, Old Agoura Homeowners/Director, Poison Free Agoura

Critter Chronicle Newsletters

I produce quarterly newsletters on "best practices" for living peacefully with urban wildlife in Agoura Hills. 


 I hope you enjoy them! 



2017 Summer Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2017 Fall Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2017 Winter Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2018 Spring Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2018 Summer/Fall Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2018 Winter Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2019 Spring Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2019 Summer Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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2019 Fall Urban Wildlife Newsletter (pdf)

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Urban Wildlife Sources and Best Practices

Dogs and Coyotes (pdf)

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Coyote Hazing (pdf)

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Mountain Lion Foundation (pdf)

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Hawk in Old Agoura