SOLF to learn about coexisting with coyotes at annual meeting – Tuesday, May 7

(photo via Project Coyote)

For better or for worse, coyotes are not an uncommon sight in Southborough. At their annual meeting on Tuesday, the Southborough Open Land Foundation will learn more about coexisting with the animals from John Maguranis of Project Coyote.

Also at the meeting, SOLF will award its annual Elaine Beals Conservation Award to former longtime Conservation Commission member Rhonda Russian.

The meeting is open to all, and members of the community are invited to attend. It starts at 7:00 pm at the Community House (28 Main Street) with conversation and refreshments, followed by the scheduled programs.

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Sal Giorlandino
11 years ago

I’ve been greatly blessed to know Rhonda Russian for more than 30 years. She’s my best friend, my dear wife, and the wonderful mother of our two wonderful daughters, Rosanna and Olivia. She’s also a great environmental lawyer. For 22 years (1990 to 2012), Rhonda served with great distinction on the Southborough Conservation Commission (“Commission”). Being a Commission member means devoting much of your evenings in furthering the noble cause of environmental protection. Southborough and the environment have benefitted greatly as a result of Rhonda’s efforts. Thank you SOLF for honoring her.

Frank Crowell
11 years ago

Is there a safe and legal way to kill a coyote if it is on my property trying to kill one of my pets?

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