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Coyote beautiful


Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, of course, and if you woke to find a coyote perched on your back wall, you might see things differently. Reader Brian MacGregor writes that this is the second time the wild canine has visited his home on Malden Avenue in The Valley. "She jumps walls and is very fast!" Brian writes.

--Veronique de Turenne

Brian MacGregor / Your Scene

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Aww, the coyotes are gorgeous. Just don't feed them! And keep your cats locked up. I always feed bad for them in my Echo Park neighborhood, always so skinny and small. Beautiful animals.

I love coyotes. They are amazing animals. And here in my Burbank hillside neighborhood, they are fat and sassy. :):)


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