Residents from Alhambra, Monterey Park, and Pasadena have recently spotted coyotes in the area.
One Alhambra resident who lives near Garvey and Montezuma avenues said a coyote visited his front yard on July 10 around 6:30 a.m. "It was roaming my front yard, then made its way to my patio to eat my dog's food," said Jerry C. "After that a pack of cats chased it down the street."
Another resident admired a coyote near Alhambra Road and Ethel Avenue. "I saw a beautiful looking coyote this morning at about 7:00 a.m.," said Igor K. on June 30. "It was magnificent specimen."
If you see a coyote and sense immediate danger, you should call 911, according to the city of Alhambra website. You can also report a coyote to the California Department of Fish and Game at (909) 484-0167 or the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care at (562) 940-6898.
Below is a map of reported coyote sightings. The red icons represent spottings within the last six months.
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