Coyote Map – Data Points Out Encounters from 2013 to Present

The City Council recently approved the three-year Culver City Coyote Study and Management Program. Led by Dr. Eric G. Strauss of Loyola Marymount University and the Los Angeles Center for Urban Resilience, work began on July 1.

The first year of the multi-year study includes, in its suite of activities, a review and assessment the City’s existing data relating to coyote distribution and activity. Dr. Strauss’s team has developed an online data visualization tool to depict a collection of community sightings and encounters with coyotes our area from 2013 to the present.

You are invited to view the online mapping tool and contact Coyote Hotline at (310) 253-6141 or send us an email with any questions or comments. Additionally, you can check the City’s website and/or subscribe for updates.

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