Coyotes spotted roaming Woodbridge neighborhood
Tom Karczwski stands in his backyard in the Del Rio neighborhood
with the Woodbridge Wilderness Area as a backdrop on Thursday, Jan.
12, 2012. Karczwski says he has seen coyotes on his residential
- How to guard against coyotes
Don’t leave pets or pet foodoutside. Not only does it encourage
coyotes to come to your property, it attracts other animals like
rats and raccoons.
Keep your property clean.
Don’t feed any wild animals.
— Source: James Jones, wildlife biologist
Posted: Friday, January 13, 2012 12:00 am
Updated: 6:24 am, Fri Jan 13, 2012.
Residents of at least one Woodbridge neighborhood have reported
seeing coyotes lately.
Two of them were actually on a residential street, they say.
That prompted a warning through the subdivision’s Neighborhood
Watch group to be careful about coyotes — don’t let your pets out
at dusk and at night. Coyotes like pets for dinner, said Tom
Karczwski, who has lived on Wilderness Way near the Mokelumne River
Or, use your
Friday, January 13, 2012 12:00 am.
Updated: 6:24 am.
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