FOX 35 VIDEO: New Strategy Taking Shape For Coyotes In Indian Harbour Beach

By  //  April 2, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: The city council now wants to trap and euthanize the wild animals because relocating them requires a private property owner with 40 plus acres in Brevard County. (WOFL FOX 35 Video)

INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH, FLORIDA (WOFL FOX 35) – Indian Harbour Beach Police are fed up with people feeding coyotes. Police say the coyotes have become a real problem and they are afraid of what the animals will do next.

The city council says some residents are feeding the coyotes which, in turn, is causing the coyotes to lose their fear of human.

This past Monday Indian Harbour Police received pictures of a man throwing food over a fence to coyotes, something Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation says can result in fines or even an arrest.

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The city council now wants to trap and euthanize the wild animals because relocating them requires a private property owner with 40 plus acres in Brevard County. (Fox 35 Screenshot Image)


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