Dallas’ coyote problem makes wildlife official take action

Coyote. Photo by Robert Bunch.
Coyote. Photo by Robert Bunch.

Dallas neighborhoods have continued to have coyote sightings with some residents even reporting on social media pages their small outdoor pets have been killed by the packs.

To help answer the questions that have been floating around about the sightings, 911 Wildlife President Bonnie Bradshaw will be talking about coyotes during a discussion at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the Lakewood Branch Library.

The professional wildlife control operator will also be providing information on how to keep the canines out of yards as well as coyote behavior, ecology and tips to protect pets while avoiding conflict with the animals.


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