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    Redwood City Officials Warn Public of Coyotes at Hiking Trails – NBC Bay Area

    Young coyotes are on the move as experts say it’s dispersal season. The situation is prompting the Redwood City community to take extra precautions.

    City officials have posted warning signs along the Bay Trail due to an increase in coyote sightings.

    Every person NBC Bay Area spoke with Wednesday along the Bay Trail in the Redwood Shores neighborhood said they’ve had at least one encounter with a coyote in the past weeks.

    Some more concerning than others.

    “As soon as we started to move away it, he came back towards us. So, I tried to scare him away, wave my hands, yell at him and he’d go away a few minutes. And then, as I start to move on he’d start coming like he was following us,” Redwood City resident Scott Cline said.

    It’s those reports and images, including one sent to NBC Bay Area by a resident that has prompted the city to put out warning…

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