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I leave for the Congo in a few days and just finished reading an unofficial trip advisory that I got by email from a local. Moose are very common in all areas of the island including in the metro area. Most active at dusk and dawn its best to avoid these hours and drive after 9am and before 7pm.
Moose vehicle accidents unlike deer vehicle accidents are frequently fatal for both driver and moose. Newfoundland has no poison ivy, poison oak, deer, skunks or snakes. Avoid feeding foxes as rabies, while not common, does exist on the west coast and Labrador.
Avoid contact with black bear and moose both will attack humans. Avoid striking caribou herds as they cross the roadways. Cliffs are inherently dangerous. Many areas where people frequent are dangerous and eroded, proceed with caution. Currents, waves and low water temperatures pose some risk to swimmers and kayakers. It is not uncommon for waves to wash people off shore. Because of the layout of the downtown traffic flow and parking can be confusing but is strictly enforced.
The number of the RNC in the metro is In an emergency try first then ask a local for a secondary number. Parking tickets issued to you can be paid or contested at City Hall. Traffic tickets issued can be paid or contested at Provincial Court on Water St.
There are no homeless people in the province although there are a small number of panhandlers. Some will try and engage you in a conversation first, if they look like a panhandler, keep walking and they will give up. Random violence is not uncommon and weapons are often present.