KNX 1070 Interviews Randi Feilich of Project Coyote
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE
Randi Feilich is an MBA graduate from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management, and a Real Estate Executive. Prior to joining Project Coyote, Randi was an Executive Vice President and Partner in an advertising firm.
Randi initiated the successful ban on city funds being used for trapping coyotes in her community – the city of Calabasas, California. Working with Project Coyote, the city adopted a proactive and humane Coyote Management Plan and Educational Outreach Program, shifting the focus from killing to an emphasis on education and the reduction of wildlife attractants.
In 2014, Randi participated in getting the Los Angeles City Council to unanimously pass the ordinance banning the use of traps that snare or grip coyotes, bears, foxes and other animals in Los Angeles, deeming such traps inhumane.
Representing Project Coyote, Randi has been featured on several Television news segments including KNBC, KTLA, KABC, and KTTV FOX 11 Los Angeles, as well as KNX CBS Radio, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News and several newspaper syndicates.
Randi believes that concerned citizens can speak up and make changes in local policy that protect wildlife.
As Project Coyote’s Southern California Representative, Randi coordinates community efforts that promote compassionate coexistence between people and coyotes and empowers citizens and policy makers to implement proactive change for America’s native Song Dog.
FOX 11 KTTV LOS ANGELES interviews Randi Feilich from Project Coyote on coexisting with wildlife in Los Angeles, on FOX 11 Midday Sunday.
KABC 7 NEWS. The City of Carson will not trap coyotes featuring Randi Feilich, Project Coyote.
Randi Feilich talks coyote hazing techniques on LA Daily News.
Can we learn to coexist with coyotes? Randi Feilich talks about living with coyotes in Southern California on KCET.
Calabasas City Spotlight – Coyotes in the City