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Residents Warned - Coyotes In The Park

CoyotesSummersidePark.jpgSummerside is warning residents to stay clear of Rotary Park until it is clear of a coyote. Recently there has been a number of coyotes showing up in Island farm fields and near tree lines. However, they seem to be getting bolder, venturing into populated areas too. Just ask people like Albert Stairs of Summerside. His property borders on Rotary Park. It's just been shut down to allow the province to put the run to the coyote. Stairs talked with Federico Cahis. With more on the city's response to the coyote situation Federico also spoke with Bob Ashley with the City of Summerside.

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