Living with Wildlife in Walnut
In cities that border open space, like Walnut, sharing living space with wildlife is a way of life. Deer, squirrels, raccoons, rattlesnakes, and coyotes are some of the wildlife whose habitat we share. The City of Walnut makes its best attempt to inform residents on how to live with wildlife.
Coyotes have been spotted in the City of Walnut and the coyote information is intended to answer any questions that residents may have. If wildlife behaves aggressively or attacks people, contact the California Department of Fish and Game at 858-467-4201. To view more information about living with wildlife in our City, visit our website at http://www.cityofwalnut.org/for-residents/community-resources/living-with-wildlife.