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    Coyotes chasing dog in dog park. It's getting dangerous out there

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    I use to drive near that area every day and see PLENTLY of yotes roaming the area. Saw two yotes last spring chowing down on a doe at Bovaird/410. :\
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    That's near enough to my truck yard that there could be an "accident" well I am practicing my archery..

    Too bad the yard is so well fenced, I may have to cause a few small holes along the back side that butts up against the green spaces. There is always some food that was damaged/rejected at/by the receiver. The milk and food scrapes from the damaged packages have to go somewhere, and the wash pad and dumpster must smell like a buffet to them.


    It's not baiting it just part of the business, although baiting coyotes is legal.
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    I run my dogs in the conservation area and see plenty of deer, but no yotes

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    lots of yotes there, and lots of deer I see them all the time
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    Thats it, I'm buying a little dog to take coyote hunting with me
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    Lots of everything over there...was walking the trails over there and saw plenty of tracks for both deer and coyotes. The signs have been there for a while as well, advising people of the coyote presence in the area.

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    They put an off leash area at the top of Morningside Park in Scarborough, no more than a 1/2 km from a known coyote den site. When I attended the public consultation meeting about the proposed area and asked about the coyote den and the inevitable interaction between the dogs and the coyotes, the City agreed that it was inevitable and that they would deal with it on a case by case basis.

    And I thought the stupidity of putting off leash dog parks near known coyote dens was done away with after Toronto's last mayor was voted out....

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    As our cities keep getting larger and larger we will hear more stories like this one.
    the city needs to take care of the coyotes for the safety of its citizens.
    I would hate to be at dog park and loose my dog to several coyotes.

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    The city should let people hunt heartlake conservation in the off seasons this would help. Lots of deer getting hit by cars there.
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    I heard the MNR is releasing alligators in Brampton to help control the coyotes?

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