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Informational Wildlife Meeting Tonight

Lynette Romero of KTLA News shared this photo of coyote from Dec 2013.
Lynette Romero of KTLA News shared this photo of coyote from Dec 2013.

Councilman Tom LaBonge has organized a meeting with the Department of Animal Services so that they can educate community stakeholders on wildlife issues that arise as the weather gets colder and our Los Angeles winter sets in.

The rains should help our Griffith Park based wildlife stay hydrated closer to what we consider to be their ‘home’. But this current weather pattern could be short lived; and as we know, their home is no longer the wilderness of the Griffith Park hills.  Home for LA wildlife is wherever they can find food on a consistent basis.

Got questions?  You can get answers tonight at this special meeting. See details below.

Department of Animal Services Meeting
Hollywood City Hall
6501 Fountain Avenue, LA 90028
Tuesday, December 16 | 6:30p 

CD4 12-16-14 Wildlife Informational meeting




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  1. Useless meeting, The officer from the city whose name was dinh spoke for all of 2 minutes and talked about how much he learned from homeless people. The fish and game warden was belligerent and non sympathetic to the residents.


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