We are grateful for your patience and hope the Co-Existing with Coyotes web pages address your immediate questions. Staff and volunteers are regularly monitoring your reports and aim to respond as soon as possible.

Immediately call the MoE Conservation Officers’ Line at 1-877-952-7277 if a coyote shows aggression to people, or is injured AND completely immobile.

Co-Existing with Coyotes relies on reports from people like you to help us track and assess coyote behaviour in Vancouver. All reports are kept anonymous; your name and address will not appear on our online sightings map. Your report will appear on our map within a few days thanks to the generous time spent by our volunteers. Please note that we are only able to provide additional support and educational materials to reporters from partner municipalities which currently include Vancouver, Burnaby, West Vancouver, and Richmond.

    *Will only record as such if observed first-hand by the reporter. Aggressive behavior includes: A fixed gaze with LOWERED head and ears folded BACK, a tense ready-to-pounce body position with raised hackles, bearing teeth and growling.

    Please use 24h format, as in 14:30 for 2:30 pm

    *Mail-outs reserved for program partner municipalities: Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, and West Vancouver

    If you'd also like to submit a photo of your sighting, please email it to us at coyotes@stanleyparkecology.ca. Thank you for your help!

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