Live Trapping Coyotes

Coyotes can be dangerous and pose a threat to both people and pets. They are most active at night and in the early morning. Young are born in April/May with an average litter size between five to seven pups. Coyotes are potential carriers of distemper, hepatitis, parovirus, mange, rabies, and can also harbor numerous parasites. Trapping and sanitation/habitat modification are the most effective methods of control.

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Coyote Encounters by Zip Code

Use this map to explore the number of coyote encounters in the last 30 days. Use the layer control to turn the different data layers on and off. Use the legend control to view the legend.

Color Description
Green
  • Sighting only
  • Pet missing
Yellow
  • Coyote advanced towards or appeared to follow reporter
  • Chased pet off-leash-no contact between coyote and pet
  • Pet attacked off leash-contact between coyote and pet
Red
  • Chased pet on-leash-no contact between coyote and pet
  • Pet attacked on-leash-contact between coyote and pet
  • Coyote bit reporter

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