Belmont will soon be deploying a team of trained volunteers to harass coyotes that have grown too bold living among their human neighbors.
Only a few decades ago, Wile E. Coyote in hapless pursuit of Road Runner may have been the most readily conjured image of Canis latrans, the coyote, for most city dwellers.
Belmont’s boldest coyotes are on notice: Animal Control Officer John Maguranis is proposing a coyote hazing team, and soon, a fearless romp too close to Belmont’s human residents could result in a visit from the ‘Q.R.T.’ Quick Reaction Team.
Coyotes living in cities don’t ever stray from their mates, and stay with each other till death do them part, according to a new study.
For over 300 years, the coyote has been hunted in North America.
AMONG THE MANY things that make Marin County such a desirable place to live and play is that so many of our neighborhoods are within walking distance of beautiful natural parks and preserves.