Park Rangers visited Nebula Academy

Park rangers visited our school previous week. They said that Coyotes have been becoming a natural part of the urban landscape in Edmonton and were an important part of the ecosystem as they control rodent and rabbit populations and They thrived in urban areas because of the abundance of food and shelter available to them.Peace officers also emphasized that Residents who lived along or people walked in a major green space should be particularly aware that coyotes could be denning in the area and What they had to do If they witnessed a coyote approaching people or acting aggressively.
Our kids know Coyotes look like a cross between a fox and a small collie or German shepherd and weigh between 9 and 14 kilograms and have a narrow nose, large ears and a bushy tail they hold low when running. Coyotes are highly curious, intelligent and adaptable. Coyotes primarily feed on rabbits, mice and squirrels. Because coyotes feed heavily on abundant rodent species, they provide a valuable pest-control service to their human neighbours.