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Coyote sightings have been increasing in Martin County, prompting the Sheriff’s Office to issue a warning to residents.

Authorities advise people to keep their pets on a leash and properly store food waste to prevent encounters with these intimidating creatures.

Chief Deputy Boudin confirms that coyotes have been spotted on the Sheriff’s Office grounds, and their presence in the area has become more common.

While coyotes are not new to the region, their sightings have been on the rise, both during the day and at night.

Residents have reported seeing coyotes in their neighborhoods, particularly during nighttime hours.

Some individuals express concern for their safety and the safety of their children, noting that they are licensed to carry firearms and will not hesitate to protect their property if necessary.

Chief Deputy Boudin mentions that the Animal Control department frequently receives calls regarding missing animals, particularly smaller cats and dogs.

It is suspected that coyotes may be responsible for these incidents.

However, Boudin advises residents to contact law enforcement only if the coyotes pose a threat or if animals regularly go missing or rummage through their trash.

If the coyotes are not causing harm, it is recommended not to call authorities, as they are likely to have moved on by the time they respond.

Coyotes are known to be intelligent creatures and are often cautious enough to avoid traps set by humans.

As the sightings continue to increase, residents are urged to remain vigilant, take necessary precautions, and report only those instances that pose a genuine risk to their safety, property, or animals.

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