If you're troubled by the recent coyote invasion in the city you may not want to be here in the fall. According to a spokesperson for the state Department of Environmental Conservation, our local coyote nightmare is only going to get worse. "I would anticipate we will be hearing more about coyotes in the city in the future," said Ward Stone, who added that this is the season for coyote pups to be born. Once fall arrives they'll be bigger, more curious, and more willing to take naps outside your front door. [NYP]
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