An alarmed citizen files a 311 report from suddenly dangerous Goff Street in Hyde Park, where coyotes have eaten two dogs and, he or she reports ominously, "reportedly tried to snatch a child at the bus stop." Read more.
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Liz Robson had a roadrunner's-eye view for a few hours today of a coyote running around Back Street along Storrow Drive for several hours today, successfully evading Boston Animal Control, which apparently didn't have any fresh paint with which to create a tunnel on the side of the building to stun him. Read more.
A distressed citizen files a 311 complaint about an ominous occurrence on Parker Hill Avenue along McLaughlin Playground on Mission Hill this morning: Read more.
Owens408 spotted this coyote on the beach at H Street this morning - possibly the one that had been hanging out at Moakley Park.
Greg Hunt lives in one of the more urbanized parts of Brookline, up near Packards Corner, and so was a bit surprised to look out his rear window this morning to see a coyote:
Bolted across our yard, got stuck at the far fence and quickly left the way it came (hopping a 3’ fence).
It's coyote mating season and they're out and about - like in the Arnold Arboretum at dusk: Read more.
An alarmed South Boston citizen filed a 311 complaint this morning about the Moakley Park coyote's new and more aggressive behavior: Read more.
The herd warily watched as the predator circled them in Moakey Park this morning. Bacon Doughnuts watched nature at work from afar.
K spotted a rough looking coyote on the Commonwealth Avenue side of the Boston College campus today.
BostonTimelapse was out for a run in Moakley Park this morning when he - and others - spotted a coyote obviously already sick of all the attention.
Coyote bites toddler in the back, drags her by the leg in Arlington; minutes later another young child is attacked nearby
Arlington Police report two children were attacked by a coyote yesterday afternoon in Arlington: A two-year-old girl on Epping Street was bitten in the back and then briefly dragged by a coyote, then ten minutes later, another two-year old girl on Summer Hill Circle, about a half mile away, was scratched by a coyote. Read more.
Yesterday, roving UHub photographer Dan Peters spied this comfy coyote up a hill at the part of the Arnold Arboretum in Roslindale that's across Walter Street from the main part of the Arbs, where the solar panels are.
Watertown News reports the attack. which left another dog injured, happened in the area of Walnut Street on Friday night.
Rob Bellinger looked out the window on Alpheus Road in Roslindale this morning to see a coyote enjoying the morning coolness.
Mary Ellen spotted this coyote at Millennium Park in West Roxbury yesterday morning.
But Wile E. was not the only creature she photographically captured there, including this snapping turtle he'll probably stay away from: Read more.
Citizen complaint of the day: Pursued by a snarling hellbeast across the desolate plains of Lower Allston at midnight
A concerned citizen who likes walking his or her dog in Harvard's holdings off Western Avenue filed a 311 report about a coyote that chased them shortly after midnight: Read more.
Mary Ellen reports the coyotes at Millennium Park were howling this morning, as they looked for love, although one coyote at the very top of the hill might also have been looking for something to munch to start the day.
A bit further down the hill, she spotted a red-bellied woodpecker, probably too high up for any yippin' 'yote to chomp: Read more.
Grace Holley posed a question yesterday:
You’re on a snow walk in the Arboretum w your pup and you turn the corner and see this 15-20 ft away and it starts walking toward you...what do you do?
Meanwhile, Blvckmachina recorded about seven coyotes in his yard on Glenellen Road in West Roxbury around 4:50 a.m. on Sunday: Read more.
Harry Mattison spotted a coyote with a serious winter coat on the Harvard soccer field in Allston this morning.
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