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Increased sightings of coyotes in neighborhoods could be due to changes in human activity caused by COVID-19 or could coincide with the normal increase of activity seen every spring as pup-rearing season gears up, according to biologists with the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.
A Carolina Beach resident was suprised to see a coyote while checking the waves at Carolina Beach Thursday morning.
A group of Bald Head Island residents protested against the village trapping coyotes in an effort to save sea turtle eggs.
Hearing or seeing more coyotes these days? You’re not alone, say biologists with the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.
Coyote sightings are becoming more common in Kure Beach, worrying some residents. Monday night, a meeting was held to educate the public about the animals, and how to coexist with them.
A large pile of dead coyotes was discovered behind a subdivision in a North Carolina city, and a wildlife officer thinks they were brought from a different location after a hunt.
Authorities are investigating after a pile of dozens of dead coyotes was found in a wooded area behind a Charlotte neighborhood.
Beware of coyotes -- that's the warning from the Humane Society of Granville County.
If you receive a survey in the mail about coyotes, don't throw it away! UNCW researchers are using the results to help manage coyotes in the area.