A Guide to Coyote Management

A Guide to Coyote Management Nick Neely Coyote can be detrimental to any number of natural resources, including livestock, watermelons, pets, and the economy. He is known to tiptoe about places he shouldn't, like airport runways and Wal-Mart parking lots. Occasionally Coyote takes larger prey, small ungulates such as fawns, lambs, calves, and foals. The concern of this document, however, is primarily with domesticates; Bambi--another of the First People--is on his own. Let's keep in mind that Coyote warrants management in part because he feeds on calves by eating into the anus or enteric region. The coprophagic son-of-a-bitch absolutely loves it. He can't wait to do it again. "Up yours!" says Coyote--his mantra. If you find a dead lamb, calf, or foal and suspect Coyote, first examine the neck and throat for subcutaneous hemorrhaging. Typically, bites to a dead animal do not cause hemorrhaging, although this diagnostic is unreliable if the carcass is old or widely scattered. Among animal tracks, Coyote's are smaller than wolf, smaller than large 98 RiveR TeeTh 11.2 ~ SpRing 2010 dog, larger than fox, smaller than yours. His footprint tends to be more ovular and compact than dog or human; his step is light and regular, and always http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative Ashland University

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Nick Neely Coyote can be detrimental to any number of natural resources, including livestock, watermelons, pets, and the economy. He is known to tiptoe about places he shouldn't, like airport runways and Wal-Mart parking lots. Occasionally Coyote takes larger prey, small ungulates such as fawns, lambs, calves, and foals. The concern of this document, however, is primarily with domesticates; Bambi--another of the First People--is on his own. Let's keep in mind that Coyote warrants management in part because he feeds on calves by eating into the anus or enteric region. The coprophagic son-of-a-bitch absolutely loves it. He can't wait to do it again. "Up yours!" says Coyote--his mantra. If you find a dead lamb, calf, or foal and suspect Coyote, first examine the neck and throat for subcutaneous hemorrhaging. Typically, bites to a dead animal do not cause hemorrhaging, although this diagnostic is unreliable if the carcass is old or widely scattered. Among animal tracks, Coyote's are smaller than wolf, smaller than large 98 RiveR TeeTh 11.2 ~ SpRing 2010 dog, larger than fox, smaller than yours. His footprint tends to be more ovular and compact than dog or human; his step is light and regular, and always

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River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction NarrativeAshland University

Published: Mar 31, 2010

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