Old Agoura Wildlife
We live in an area with an abundance of wildlife. On this page, we provide information on coexisting with our wild friends.
In our neighborhood, you will see several wildlife signs. We assist The Santa Monica Mountains Fund (SAMO) with its "Break the Poison Chain" campaign. If you would like a sign, contact SAMO at email@example.com.
We've included helpful checklists, links, and brochures. Please contact us if you have questions or need assistance. If you have ideas, we'd love to hear about them!
NPS Nature Neighbor
Pictures of Wildlife
Click on the link to view pictures of wildlife in Agoura Hills. We welcome your pictures!
For information on Save LA Cougars and the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing or to make a donation, click on the button.
Click on the button to view Poison Free Agoura 2021 webinars. We brought subject matter experts in to talk about living with raptors, coyotes, mountain lions and more!
Background Photo Credit: Living Habitats and the National Wildlife Federation. Mountain Lion credit: NPS
Kathi Colman is a local artist, wildlife advocate, and board member.
View the Critter Chronicle newsletters!
We've been creating newsletters since 2017! The Critter Chronicle is designed to provide information on how to coexist with our urban wildlife.
Do you know what's in your backyard? Wildlife cameras are fun! We can help you with camera selection and placement. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Got pictures? Join our Coexisting with Agoura Hills Urban Wildlife Group on Facebook:
FEATURED BROCHURE - COYOTES - Please note that coyotes roam our neighborhood at all times - morning, afternoon, and evening. Here is a great video on "hazing" coyotes and how to coexist with them: