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Old December 27th, 2018, 07:06 PM #1
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Coyote in the New Windsor area

Over the course of the last few days there has been a big surge of coyote sighting around New Windsor. Mainly by the new Lehigh quarry area. We are taking extra precautions with our critters.

Just an FYI to anyone in the area.
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Over the course of the last few days there has been a big surge of coyote sighting around New Windsor. Mainly by the new Lehigh quarry area. We are taking extra precautions with our critters.

Just an FYI to anyone in the area.
I am on the Dennings Road section off New Windsor (Jordans Retreat) and have seen them at twilight at distance and also on my homes external cameras at night. I walk my dog on the property evenings carrying my CZ P-07 pistol.

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I am halfway between Westminster and New Windsor. They come down my way, I am going to go Meep Beep on them.
My neighbor said he saw one out our way last summer, and my son runs around outside. I was on watch for them then. We did have a rabid fox though, so kept the little ones in for a while.
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Over the course of the last few days there has been a big surge of coyote sighting around New Windsor. Mainly by the new Lehigh quarry area. We are taking extra precautions with our critters.

Just an FYI to anyone in the area.
Did it look anything like this? I *believe* this is a coyote, saw it in my back yard this summer in westminster. Haven't seen anything like it since

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[QUOTE=artbart1;5441144]Did it look anything like this? I *believe* this is a coyote, saw it in my back yard this summer in westminster. Haven't seen anything like it since

We have not seen any during the day. Hear quite a few around at night and have caught some glowy eyes in the flashlight. Folks just down the way saw 3 at dusk and said they were definitely yotes. Scat piles and such are all over in the back of our property.
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Did it look anything like this? I *believe* this is a coyote, saw it in my back yard this summer in westminster. Haven't seen anything like it since

That pic looks like a fox to me. Reddish on top, blackish legs, appears to be a white tail tip. Granted, this opinion from a small, fuzzy pic. If the colors are true, even if blurry, that’s a fox. Body silhouette looks wrong too for a coyote. Little too stubby, I think yotes are a little longer. No coyote expert tho, admittedly.
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I donít mean to be a dick, but why are people so excited about coyote sightings? They are in every county in MD including Baltimore City. They are literally everywhere.
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I donít mean to be a dick, but why are people so excited about coyote sightings? They are in every county in MD including Baltimore City. They are literally everywhere.
Why do people fill up this ďMaryland ShootersĒ gun related message board with 97% of totally un-shooting and un-Maryland related threads and topics? You have to let it go.......
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I donít mean to be a dick, but why are people so excited about coyote sightings? They are in every county in MD including Baltimore City. They are literally everywhere.


The reason I have pursued a life long interest in Mechanical Engineering and Machine Design was because of the Coyote!

How could you NOT be excited.

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Seen 2 while doing what little deer hunting i did on our farm at the corner of marston rd and rt27 in Westminster. Have plans to try and eradicate some this winter if I can find the time and 1 or 2 guys/gals that can help get it done.
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