Salisbury Mayor Jake Day says the decoy is being used to scare away the geese, which he says can be a nuisance because of their noise and because they get in the way of traffic.
Minimize your chances of encountering a coyote by keeping your pets inside, taking down bird feeders or outdoor pet bowls and securing your garbage can. Read more tips for keeping them at bay.
WASHINGTON — A coyote being kept as a pet was captured near a restaurant in Calvert County on Wednesday, NBC Washington reports. Animal control caught the coyote running around near Neptune’s in North Beach, Maryland, just after 8…
YORKTOWN, Va. (AP) — Residents of an area of York County are being notified that a coyote has tested positive for rabies. The Peninsula Health District tells media outlets that the coyote was found in…
WASHINGTON — Local wildlife officials want homeowners to take measures to avoid attracting coyotes. Those measures would include not leaving pet food outside, removing bird feeders and clearing away brush piles where rodents may live and attract…
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Farm Bureau says a program to control coyotes and reduce agricultural losses is needed. The Virginia Cooperative Coyote Damage Control program works to help farmers resolve so-called predation problems.…
A coyote was reportedly seen by a resident in the Buckhall area of Prince William County, according to a release from the Prince William Health District.
The National Park Service is setting the record straight about
coyote-wolf hybrids after an outdoors publication says the breed is invading
D.C.\’s Rock Creek Park.
Local national parks may be closed because of the government
shutdown, but that has not prevented the coyote population from looking for food
in nearby neighborhoods.
Sherry Crockett is used to seeing deer, wild turkeys, foxes and raccoons in the woodlands that surround her home But a coyote — now that was a bit of a surprise.
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Coyotes have been spotted across the capital region before, but it has never been confirmed that the shy canines prowl through heavily populated Arlington County. Until now.
\”It\’s highly likely that some are running around in the metropolitan area,\” says Greg Weiler, project leader for the Potomac River National Wildlife Refuge Complex.