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Coyote Catch and Release
The Natural Resource department has been working hard to reduce the coyote population throughout the community, and so the 4th coyote in the last week was taken and relocated out of the subdivision. Please take caution when you see these animals and give them lots of room. The Natural Resource department will trapping this area throughout the summer. Please do not approach any box traps when you are in this area.
This area will always have wildlife within it as it is a very large piece of riparian habitat.
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