Tell the Times! There’s been so much talk and photos shared on social media about a coyote - or coyotes - in Trail since the fall and all through winter, tell us, have you spotted one?

Tell the Times

Web Poll: Have you recently spotted a coyote around Trail?

  • Jan. 12, 2018 9:30 a.m.

Here’s some background:

Nov. 10: Coyotes spotted in Trail neighbourhoods

Nov. 29: Troublesome coyote remains on the loose

Dec. 06: Curious coyote in downtown Trail

Jan. 09: Why’s poor Figgy up a pole?

Jan. 11: Wily coyote no joking matter

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