East Toronto residents are posting comments on social media about macing, shooting and trapping coyotes which could have legal repercussions
Toronto Wildlife Centre
Pito was quick, Dayana Godinez discovered. The 6.5-centimetre-long squirrel showed no signs of slowing down as Godinez chased it around the house trying to help heal his wounds. A week earlier, Godinez’s daughters found the baby squirrel being kicked by some teenagers in a park.
Coyotes have lived near urban environments for a long time but just recently they have begun to venture into the concrete jungle. However, it is not something to be worried about.
A red fox infected with what appeared to be Sarcoptic mange was recently sighted one hour north of the GTA.