INTERACTIVE MAP: Where Are The Coyotes In Richfield?

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and around the Twin Cities metro area. Those neighbors of have become particularly familiar with the fairly new residents.

To help us identify where the coyotes are, please add a marker to the map above. Simply click the "Add" button, supply your name and additional information (Was a pet with you? How many did you see? Did they approach or run away? Etc.), and enter an address. If you don't have an exact address, an intersection will do. Also, please enter the date you saw the coyote(s), as best as you can remember.

For more information on coyotes in the Twin Cities, see the Department of Natural Resources webpage.

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Caitlin Burgess June 01, 2012 at 09:11 PM
I've seen a lot of fox around too. I found a dead rabbit in my yard in February, however, it looked as if it died of natural causes. I was hoping something would take it away, however, I wasn't so lucky. The removal of that poor little thing was icky - it weighed at least 15 lbs!
Chad Archer June 15, 2012 at 08:08 PM
Saw one finally! Racing right across 66 street. Literally ten feet in front of my car. Pretty decent size. Perfect for eating cats and chickens.
Kay Nelson July 14, 2012 at 01:28 PM
Here's a heads-up for cat owners: do not let your kitties roam free due to the fox and coyote population. I live on 69th and Sheridan and have seen 2 foxes strolling down the Avenue in the past year!
Caitlin Burgess July 14, 2012 at 02:56 PM
I've never thought of fox being that lethal! Maybe I need to make another map for fox spottings!
Renee Parduhn July 22, 2012 at 10:57 AM
I watched a coyote walking down East 67th Street this morning (about 3:30 a.m.) - I live by city hall. It was going east toward Portland Ave. We had a lot of bunnies around here earlier this summer and I haven't seen as many recently. Now we know why!


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