The Brighton Allston Improvement Association report a coyote was spotted this evening at the EF property on Lake Street. It provides some tips on "hazing" coyotes that do not involve maneuvering their TNT-filled cabins onto railroad tracks, including:
Shake or throw a “coyote shaker” - a soda can filled with pennies or pebbles and sealed with duct tape.
B2 Beighlie watched the scene unfold outside the management office at Stony Brook Common in Roslindale today.
UPDATE: Owner and dog reunited.
Kathryn R. Burton reports:
This pup was found in North End, after a 93 tunnel expedition. Boston Fire officer walking him around, trying to find parent. 392 Hanover Street is where he will be - Boston Fire House
Erik Hjortsho has posted video from his doorcam showing a hawk swooping in and grabbing the pigeon that had been resting above his door.
Mary Ellen spotted this black skimmer at Wollaston Beach in Quincy.
To get to school on time, Molly the roving UHub photographer discovered at the Ohrenberger in West Roxbury this morning.
A disgusted citizen files a 311 complaint about the condition of the tops of the newly rebuilt seasoning shakers along the Longfellow Bridge:
Lovely seagull poop on all 4 towers of the beautiful Longfellow bridge.
City Councilor Matt O'Malley, who represents some of Boston's more countrified areas in Jamaica Plain and West Roxbury, went on a Twitter tear, well, tearette, tonight about all the coyotes his constituents are reporting
I’ve also seen a huge explosion in the number of rabbits around the neighborhood. Unfortunately for the rabbits, these two phenomena ARE related.
Indeed: Read more.
A concerned citizen asks the city to do something about a roofy raccoon on Temple Street in Mattapan.
Maddie Yardley spotted this fine feathered specimen today on Cumberland Street behind the Midtown Hotel.
Everything from building more cell towers to installing emergency call boxes or even placing old school pay phones on beaches should be explored, some say.
Sue O'Connell reports:
Why is traffic allowed on Centre St in Jamaica Plain during the Turkey Pride Parade?
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