Coyotes roaming around Gainesville
Wild coyotes are present around the state, but they are a relatively uncommon site. WUFT-FM’s Corey Matthew says that sight is not so unusual anymore.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Spokeswoman Karen Parker says area residents should never leave food outside that a coyote can eat, because it makes the animal more likely to stay around the home.
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