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MA To Revise Coyote Regulations

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Coyotes have been in Massachusetts for at least 50 years. Their first recorded sighting was in the Berkshires in 1957. Since then, the canine carnivores have expanded eastward, from rural areas into towns and cities...even to the streets of Boston.

This increased contact between coyotes and people is a key reason the state has decided to revise its regulations on coyotes. But, as Christina Russo reports, there's some debate over the proposed changes.

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