Palmetto Bay resident Juan Alayo posted this photo of a coyote on Ludlam Road (Southwest 67th Avenue) across from Christ Congregational Church on the “Around Palmetto Bay” Facebook page. Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn shared the photo on his blog.
Palmetto Bay resident Juan Alayo posted this photo of a coyote on Ludlam Road (Southwest 67th Avenue) across from Christ Congregational Church on the “Around Palmetto Bay” Facebook page. Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn shared the photo on his blog. Juan Alayo Facebook
Palmetto Bay resident Juan Alayo posted this photo of a coyote on Ludlam Road (Southwest 67th Avenue) across from Christ Congregational Church on the “Around Palmetto Bay” Facebook page. Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn shared the photo on his blog. Juan Alayo Facebook

Coyotes are on the prowl in this neighborhood. So residents will be taught to 'co-exist'

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