Alameda County Vector Control Services provides information and services related to management of nuisance wildlife including:
For More Information
If you have any questions, please call Vector Control at (510) 567-6800 or stop by their office located at:
1131 Harbor Bay Parkway
Alameda, CA 94502
The State of California Department of Fish and Game provides services related to the management of wildlife including:
- Mountain lions
- Feral Pigs: Removing the Food Source and Protecting Your Property
- Wild turkeys
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has provided information and suggestions on how to deal with coyotes in your neighborhood:
- Coyotes may be seen day or night.
- Coyotes very rarely pose a threat to humans, but small pets are an attraction.
- Small pets should be kept indoors and only go outside when attended to by owners. Keep rodents at bay.
- Secure your garbage, and make sure no food is left outside for pets or other wildlife.
- Residents should make an effort to discourage coyotes from encroaching on property by hazing them. Make loud noises, chase after them, throw sticks or rocks at them, etc. A coyote will develop an aversion to being near people and homes and become wary of an area if they are continually hazed.
- Motion sprinklers and lights will likely also deter coyotes from entering yards.
Additional information can be found at: https://wildlife.ca.gov/Keep-Me-Wild/Coyote
Reporting Aggressive Wildlife Behavior
If you observe wildlife behaving aggressively, please call the State of California Department of Fish and Game Bay Delta Region's business office at 707-944-5500 or the 24-hour dispatch center at 916-445-0045.
If this is an emergency, please dial 911.