North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

Coyote Management Workshops

The NC Wildlife Resources Commission, along with NC Cooperative Extension and USDA Wildlife Services, invites the public to attend our free coyote conflict management workshops offered across the state. Join us and hear from biologists about:

  • Coyote biology and behavior

  • Practical, non-lethal methods to prevent/reduce coyote conflicts

  • Laws and regulations regarding hunting and trapping coyotes

Each workshop will also feature a demonstration of basic trapping techniques to address problem coyotes and a Q&A session with agency biologists. These workshops are free, but space is limited. 

All workshops have concluded for 2018. Check back in 2019 for new workshop offerings. 

If you have questions, please contact Falyn Owens at or 919-707-0068. 


Coyote Resources

Past Coyote Workshops

2017 Workshops


Rockingham, Richmond County (District 4)

North Wilkesboro, Wilkes County (District 7)

Raleigh, Wake County (District 3)

Winston-Salem, Forsyth County (District 7)

Kenansville, Duplin County (District 2)

Shelby, Cleveland County (District 8)

Bryson City, Swain County (District 9)

Jacksonville, Onslow County (District 2)

Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County (District 1)

Graham, Alamance County (District 5)

Elizabethtown, Bladen County (District 4)

Bolivia, Brunswick County (District 4)

2016 Workshops


Bakersville, Mitchell County (District 8)

Statesville, Iredell County (District 7, two workshops)

Greenville, Pitt County (District 2)