Coyotes have made their way into urban areas. In Boulder, for example, in the last month there have been a dozen encounters with people.
Broomfield officials are working to remind pet owners that small dogs near open spaces are easy prey for coyotes.
Boulder’s coyote hazing program to keep the wild animals from harassing hikers is coming to an end.
Boulder Parks and Open Space officers hit the trails on Friday to harass coyotes hoping to get them to move on.
A new plan intended to minimize problematic coyote-human interactions in Boulder began on Friday with an extensive hazing effort.
Boulder and state wildlife officials may complete a plan to deal with problem coyotes.
Five reported cases of coyote attacks in Boulder have wildlife officials scrambling to find a way to curb the problem.
Wildlife officials are warning anyone, especially cyclists, using the Boulder Creek Path.
The number of coyote encounters and attacks has been spiking in the Denver metro area for more than a year and wildlife officials have been using a tracking program aimed at solving the problem.
Researchers will track the movements of dozens of urban coyotes in three Denver-area counties in hopes of learning more about their behavior.