Cape Cod Rangers Urging Public Not To Feed Coyotes
They've posted signs and stepped-up patrols near Provincetown, but rangers at the Cape Cod National Seashore are now threatening to close a parking lot because people have been feeding coyotes. They say that has caused the wild animals to start begging at cars.
The Cape Cod Times reports that rangers have found dog food and fish parts in the parking lot. Since then, nine coyotes have been spotted begging at cars at Herring Cove beach.