Another neighbor, Jean, replied: “They visit me too… 20th and Bayview. Keep your kids (pets) inside at night. Pleez!!”
A few days ago, the West Seattle Blog posted a sad tale about a resident losing his cat to what was probably a coyote. The WSB recommends the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Living With Coyotes web page for information and advice about the critters. The page advises:
“Coyotes are curious but timid animals and will generally run away if challenged. However, remember that any wild animal will protect itself or its young. Never instigate a close encounter.”
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I would just like to report yet another Coyote Sighting in Beacon.
Early this morning, a friend and I spotted a Coyote at the intersection of College and 17th Ave at 2am on 11/6/11. This seems to be a growing trend. Folks should take precautions by leaving pets indoors and covering trash.
Just thought everyone should know!
My husband and I were out walking the dog around 5:30 pm at Maple Park. At the NW corner of the park on the other side of the fence we saw what looked like a dog, but taking a good look, we realized it was a coyote.
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