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Milwaukee Having Coyotes Problems

0 Comments 07 February 2013

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What should be done with coyotes problems

Village of Bayside responds to increase in coyote sightings
City holds seminar to give residents advice
Published 11:25 PM CST Feb 06, 2013

Coyote sightings are on the rise along the Northshore, and the Village of Bayside is taking action.

Bayside resident Peggy Yee took a picture of a coyote in her back yard just before the first snowfall. She said she’s been on high alert since then.

“The most I’ve seen is usually two walking together,” Yee said. “Some of them are mangy-looking and scary, and if there are small dogs around, they are known to be attacked, and it’s hard to get them to leave your yard. They are very brazen and they’re used to humans now and they just lay there and look at you.”

Village leaders said they see more coyotes out for mating season because spring is around the corner. They said they want residents with small pets and children to be aware of the ways to protect themselves in case they come face to face with one.

Read more at WISN 12.

We would suggest, sharp shooters and more guns. If dogs and God forbid a child gets hurt, what will the liberals say and do?

Wave your hands and say shoo as your dog is being eaten alive.

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