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Old November 1st, 2013, 05:54 PM #1
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Coyotes in the Annapolis Area?

Have there been many "confirmed" sightings of coyotes around Annapolis? I live off Riva Road, north of South River and have had to seperate reports from neighbors of having seen coyotes in our heavily wooded neighborhood.
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Old November 1st, 2013, 05:55 PM #2
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Have there been many "confirmed" sightings of coyotes around Annapolis? I live off Riva Road, north of South River and have had to seperate reports from neighbors of having seen coyotes in our heavily wooded neighborhood.
I would be more suprised to learn that there are no coyotes...
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Haven't heard any reports but I'm sure they're there. There have been plenty of sightings and small pets missing for a while now coming out of Pasadena
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There's coyotes in Calvert county, half an hour south of Annapolis. Seen a dead one on the side of the road last year and another with no hair that looked like a chupacabra. Both in the same area of Huntingtown.
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I spoke to a game warden earlier this year and he told me it is confirmed there are coyotes in every county in Maryland. So I would not doubt them being in the Annapolis area.
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Haven't heard any reports but I'm sure they're there. There have been plenty of sightings and small pets missing for a while now coming out of Pasadena
I am in Pasadena (Lake Shore) and have deer and fox in the woods behind me. I have not seen any Coyotes, BUT, my neighbor across the street have NOT seen the deer. They eat the Hastas in my front yard down to the ground, but she has not seen any. So I see no reason to say there are no coyotes?
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Shoot, we've seen deer walking the streets in the middle of Glen Burnie Park...

So, why not Coyotes any old place?!!
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Coyotes are in Naptown! They hang out with the weasels, such as Frosh and Owe'Malley. They are very annoying! They think gay is ok, but you better not have any AR15's! It's for the coyotes!
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My neighbor saw one in crofton several years ago. He called animal control and they were less than surprised. Apparently there are coyotes all over the county
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A coyote ran across my then - neighbor's yard in downtown Bethesda, one block of Old Georgetown Road, 10 years ago. If they were there, they're everywhere.
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