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Be Coyote Conscious

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 2/29/24 | 2/29/24

CATSKILLS REGION — Have you heard or seen coyotes around recently? Coyote breeding season generally runs from January-March. During this time of year, coyotes are especially active as they mate and begin to set up dens for pups that will arrive this spring. They also tend to be more territorial, which can increase the risk of coyote conflicts with people and pets.

To minimize this risk, DEC recommends that everyone follow the tips below:

Never feed coyotes.

Feed pets indoors.

Appreciate coyotes from a distance. If you see a coyote, be aggressive in your behavior: stand tall and hold your arms up or out to look as large as possible. If a coyote lingers for too long, make loud noises, wave your arms, and throw sticks and stones.

Do not allow pets to run free. Small dogs and cats are especially vulnerable.

If a coyote is exhibiting bold behaviors and shows little or no fear of people, contact your Regional Wildlife Office or the local police department for emergency situations.



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