Coyotes Wildlife Nature in Fort Erie ON Canada Photos from Ken Harber


Coyotes – adult female – in Fort Erie On Canada Jan 15 2012 photo Ken Harber

Coyotes - adult female -  in Fort Erie On Canada Jan 15 2012 photo Ken Harber

Coyotes – adult female – in Fort Erie On Canada Jan 15 2012 photo Ken Harber

 

the idea girl says

A special thank you to Sharon for emailing me these photos taken (I’ve been given his permission via her email to blog them) in Ken Harber’s yard.

It seems that the female Coyote at the time (jan 15 2012) was limping and had a sore leg.  The male lurked in the yard close by.  They took a photo so that the SPCA could locate and help the animal.

I’m not sure if they were able too? 🙂

male coyote fort erie ON canada Jan 15 2012 photo  Ken Harber

male coyote fort erie ON canada Jan 15 2012 photo Ken Harber

male coyote fort erie ON canada Jan 15 2012 photo Ken Harber

 

the idea girl says

i googled and found a story by journalist Kris Dube

By Kris Dubé, Fort Erie Times

Motion-sensitive lighting in yards can help deter coyotes from trespassing on your property and alarms or whistles that can be set off in the presence of an unwelcome animal can scare coyotes off and cause them not to return.

 

The police can respond to a coyote-related concern, which is categorized as a nuisance animal complaint. If a coyote appears to be putting public safety at risk, that’s the only time law enforcement can step in.

“Unless the animal is a danger, there’s nothing we can do,” said Hunter.

 

http://www.forterietimes.ca/2012/01/25/coyotes-making-appearances-in-local-neighbourhoods

 

the idea girl says

it says that the SPCA usually refers the “Coyote” sightings to the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR),

https://www.ontario.ca/ministry-natural-resources-forestry

 

You can email them here if the Coyote is pestering or stalking your dogs and making a nuisance of itself. Otherwise we can leave them be as long as they mind their own business. 🙂

 

https://www.ontario.ca/contact-us

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