Tuesday, November 1, 2011
The day's top headlines for Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Atlanta Public Schools Come Off Probation. Occupy Atlanta: 'We Are The New World' Occupy Atlanta Plans To Re-Occupy Woodruff Park. Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn Movie Films In Brookhaven. Coyotes Spotted In Briarcliff Area. Trunk Or Treat In Stone Mountain. Halloween Night In Avondale Estates. Trick Or Treaters In Dunwoody's Briers North.
Another sighting: This time it's three coyotes on Shasta Way in the Briarcliff area. These things never get old.
Some might say coyotes aren't news anymore. Been there, done that. In fact, I think this is like the fourth post on coyotes, so one could make the argument that coyote sightings are no longer newsworthy. Make the argument if you'd like. It's also true that coyotes are sensationally awesome. I tend to avoid sensationalizing anything, but I have no problem going nuts about coyotes. Everytime I get an email with "coyote" in the subject line, my day is a little bit better. So, moving forward... There's been another coyote sighting. This time it's Shasta Way in the Briarcliff neighborhood. Courtesy of the North Briarcliff Civic Association: A neighbor was driving down Shasta at 10 pm Sunday night and saw 3 large coyotes walking down Shasta and …
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
The Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association alerted residents today about another coyote sighting in their neighborhood.
This will be the last coyote posting for some time unless one of these animals actually damages something, but I'm still surprised to some degree by these sightings. I wasn't aware coyotes even lived in this region until one of my reporters told me she wanted to write a story about it. (I've lived in Georgia for only a few years.) Regardless, Brad Grulke, head of the Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association off LaVista Road sent out an alert to the community's residents today, warning them about another coyote sighting. Just a good thing to keep in mind if you let small animals out alone at night or something to go to the bathroom. Maybe not such a brilliant idea. Here's Grulke's email:
Monday, May 23, 2011
When it happened is unclear. It was "recent," according to the North Briarcliff Civic Association.
Back in March we wrote about coyotes in North Druid Hills and Decatur – a story that went regional. It hasn't gone away either. The North Briarcliff Civic Association is reporting another coyote sighting near Sherbrooke and Nancy Lane. Here's an email that went out to association members this afternoon: Another recent coyote sighting was near near Sherbrooke. Don't leave out garbage or food, and watch out for your smaller pets. Coyotes are seen more in daylight hours when raising young (looking for food) and during the summer. Seeing them in daylight hours does not mean they have rabies, but don't approach them. There's a good article in the NBCA newsletter - summer 2010. "I just returned home from walking the dogs. Coming toward …