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Report of a coyote in Grand Forks prompts reminder from police to give wildlife plenty of space

If a coyote or other animal poses a hazard that requires intervention, contact the Grand Forks Police Department. Otherwise, wildlife should be allowed to pass through the city on their own.

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In light of several reports of a coyote around Grand Forks, police are reminding residents to give wildlife plenty of space and to avoid contact.

Wild animals wander into town frequently, according to police, and the animals should be allowed to pass through, if possible. The coyote recently seen in the city is possibly injured, police say.

If a coyote or other animal poses a hazard that requires intervention, contact the Grand Forks Police Department, keep your distance, and remain in the area if possible to assist officers who respond.

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