Longmeadow Police report influx of calls for coyote sightings | News
LONGMEADOW, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — Longmeadow Police report they’ve had an influx of phone calls about coyotes.
They want the public to know that they can’t do anything about the animals unless they’re posing a danger to residents or pets.
The department said from September to November young coyotes start leaving the family pack, which is why they are more frequently seen.
While normally fearful of people, they can sometimes be spotted crossing yards or streets.
Police say make sure your pets and children are secure and that there isn’t any food around to attract them.