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Notice to fellow residents about a coyote attack in Findlay Creek

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It has been reported to the FCCA that a 14-year-old girl was attacked by a coyote on Wednesday, October 24 around 7 p.m in the new park, near Creekview and Findlay Creek.
The girl needed treatment at CHEO and now she’s on a serial vaccine program. The police have been informed.
The coyote who attacked the girl is injured and walks on three paws.

LOOKING FOR: New FCCA board member to oversee Greenspace portfolio

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Are you keen about green?
Are you interested in the Leitrim Wetlands?
Or maybe South Nation Conservation?
How about the parks in Findlay Creek?
Maybe the trees on City property?
Are you excited about the Boardwalk?

The FCCA is looking for someone to monitor and oversee what goes in the Greenspaces in and around Findlay Creek. Interested? E-mail president@FindlayCreek.ca.


Please be aware: coyotes spotted close to home, in broad daylight

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A resident who lives on White Alder spotted two coyotes chasing an orange tabby cat near the creek and foot bridge at Spartina St around 5:30 p.m. today. He reported the incident to the City of Ottawa / Police). After the call was made, the three animals were nowhere to be found.  The officer suggested we notify residents.

Boardwalk update

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The Findlay Creek nature boardwalk was given final approval from the South Nation Conservation Authority (SNCA) to begin construction. The boardwalk is a partnership between the SNCA, Tartan Homes and Tamarack Homes. Natural footpaths and a raised boardwalk will provide residents a walkway through a variety of natural habitats within the Leitrim Wetlands. Construction is expected to begin within the next few weeks.

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