Coyote Information

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Coyote Information

To report a coyote sighting, please contact: Eastern Newfoundland, Local Wildlife Office Phone: 709-729-4180 Are coyotes dangerous? We live in harmony with most wildlife in Newfoundland and Labrador, often without even realizing it. Our forests and barrens are home to many animals; unless we intentionally seek them out, some people can go a lifetime without... View Article

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  • Coyote Information

    Coyote Information

    To report a coyote sighting, please contact: Eastern Newfoundland, Local Wildlife Office Phone: 709-729-4180 Are coyotes dangerous? We live in harmony with most wildlife in Newfoundland and Labrador, often without even realizing it. Our forests and barrens are home to many animals; unless we intentionally seek them out, some people can go a lifetime without... View Article

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  • Ice is Never Truly Safe

    Ice is Never Truly Safe

    First Responders Come Together to Remind us that Ice is Never Truly Safe Today, members of the Conception Bay South Fire Department, Rover’s Ground Search and Rescue, Central Avalon Ground Search and Rescue, Avalon T’Railway Corporation, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary and Royal Canadian Mounted Police came together to reenact the rescue of a victim from a... View Article

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  • T’Railway Closure Remains in Place

    T’Railway Closure Remains in Place

    Conception Bay South T’Railway Closure Remains in Place  The Town of Conception Bay South is advising the public that the west end T’Railway is closed, from Delaneys Road to Indian Pond Place, as the January blizzard has left the area extensively damaged and unsafe. “We’re looking at around 10 kilometers of damaged trailway. Our beaches... View Article

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