Coyotes are creeping into Brookline's online landscape, on a new map from the Town Website which tracks sightings reported by users. This data is then added to a Brookline GIS map, which the town is using to track the presence of these canines in town.
The webpage notes that residents can also call the to report their sightings and have a police response.
Part of the drawn up by Selectman Ken Goldstein involved potentially setting up the , which users can use to report graffiti and pot holes, to include coyote sightings as an option.
Also included on the webpage is a print-out advisory/door hanger, which includes tips on keeping your home and pets safe from coyotes, as well as information on "coyote hazing" which discourages them from entering certain yards. Another element of the action plan involves in Brookline.
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