She encourages people to call (603) 223-6832 for more information.
“We do site visits to help people assess and mitigate problems,” Stengel said.”We loan out some equipment, including some fencing.”
As for Bryant Woods, residents are taking a wait-and-see approach. They may need to bring in more coyotes, but of the decoy variety.
Forgione said he was hoping to evaluate how it worked at the end of this summer, before deciding what to do for next year.
“We don’t know if three is enough right now,” he said. “We are going to see how well this works.”