BAINBRIDGE TOWNSHIP -- Coyotes are not uncommon in northeast Ohio, but lately, experts say they've been getting aggressive.
In this week's Outdoors with Big Daddy, WKYC Photojournalist Carl Bachtel takes us to a Geauga County park, where park officials are concerned.
Frohring Meadows is a great place to enjoy a walk or watch the tree swallows in action but there's something out there.
They're all over Ohio and are generally more heard than seen until Thursday.
A jogger had an encounter with a coyote on one of the trails in Frohring Meadows but the coyote wasn't hunting. It acted territorial towards her and her dog so, as a precaution, the park district posted signs, closing one of the trails.
Some people have seen them in their back yards and don't leave their dogs outside very long.
For now, the coyotes are "denning," they have pups in the den and mom and dad are defending territories and are protective of their pups.