City Tackles Coyotes

Austin officials are wrestling with how to confront coyotes encroaching on suburban and urban neighborhoods.

"You've probably heard coyotes howling at the pale moonlight during a camping trip, maybe you've even spotted one at a state park or out in the country.

But reports from residents in a northwest Austin neighborhood suggest these wild animals are closer to homes than some folks are comfortable with.

Not everyone is happy to coexist with these creatures. Dorinda Pulliam of City of Austin Animal Services said they consistently field questions from residents about coyotes.

The city tracks these calls. Texas Wildlife Services kills coyotes that are out of control, but eradicating coyotes is not the solution."

Full Story: Urban coyotes bring untamed, unsettling concerns

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Um...

"coyotes encroaching on suburban and urban neighborhoods"

I'm gonna go ahead and guess the reverse is true...

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