www.lbreport.com does a great job reporting today about the latest warning concerning coyotes in east Long Beach: http://www.lbreport.com/news/apr10/wildwat.htm
Coyotes have their pups around March and then start bringing them out for food and water. Pet food and unfortunately small pets are a magnet. The State Fish and Game does not allow the killing of coyotes. Because of the nature center and the river beds, east Long Beach will continue having coyotes.
The City of Long Beach Animal Services is tracking sightings of coyotes and is working closely with Fish and Game to determine if anything else can be done.
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Monday, April 19, 2010
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