Lt. Wren, the head of Yorba Linda Police Services will be the guest speaker at the meeting. The meeting will be held in the Club Room of the Yorba Linda Community Center on February 6th at 7:00 pm. There has been some talk that the Sheriff’s Department will be patrolling the city trail system. I don’t know if that includes the lake bed trails. If you have an interest, you might want to attend this meeting.
I received this message from Tom and Cindy this Morning.
Pls heed the (below) warning from Cindy. I have seen these coyotes and they are indeed brave, to the point of acting like they dare you to do something about them. On Monday these two followed me from the lakebed road (below the dam) onto the riverbed path to the east — all the while my Boxer Sawyer was trying to do back flips to get out of his collar in order to take them on, (a sure injury or worse for Sawyer).
For the last two weeks we have noticed two coyotes, think a male and female, in the lower southwestern part of the lakebed. They are on the lower road south of the large electrical box by the nursery. Each day they are becoming more and more “brave”. I wouldn’t say they are aggressive , but make no attempt to run or hide. Be careful with your small dogs.
Just wanted everyone to be aware.
Jim Prather is temporarily housing a stray German Shepard that was found loose in the lakebed. The dog appears to be a young male of medium build. Jim is keeping the stray in his back yard so you can see him from the upper trail on the north end of the lakebed. If you can help reunite the dog with his owner, please contact Jim at: email@example.com Thanks.
It’s time once again to ask you all to come out and help us clean up the trash in the lakebed. We will be meeting at 10:00 am on Saturday, May 26th at the Buena Vista entrance. If you have not been there before, the entrance is about 200 yards east of the intersection of Lakeview Avenue and Buena Vista Avenue. Please bring your own trash bags and gloves. We hope to see you there.