The Animal Welfare League of Arlington says its animal control officers were able to free a coyote that recently became stuck between two fences.
In a social media post, AWLA said the frightened coyote was able to run away unharmed after being being freed.
When two local residents went out to see what their dogs were both barking at near their fence line, they were NOT expecting to find a coyote stuck in between their fences! Thankfully, they called us right away and Officer Elpers was able to safely maneuver him out and he ran away unharmed. While residents don’t spot coyotes often in Arlington, they are naturalized to the area. If you catch a glimpse of a coyote in your neighborhood, there’s no need to be alarmed, but you can always give us a call if you spot an animal that is injured or in distress!
The coyote incident happened south of Clarendon, well away from Arlington’s more wooded areas.
“It was on the border of the Lyon Park and Ashton Heights neighborhoods,” AWLA spokeswoman Chelsea Jones tells ARLnow.
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