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  1. #31

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    Well we all know that Minnesota is not really suited for the well-minded..

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    Default Re: Coyote fur.

    dog stew is mighty tasty too..
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  3. #33

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    we have a young man in our neighborhood who is an amateur MMA fighter who was bit by a coyote while out for a run in the middle of the evening.

    just because they are eating cats, i fail to see any positives

    around me we have almost no wild cats and do understand in other areas they may be a pain

    ive long contemplated doing a bit of population control....


    "When the river is high, the fish eat the ants; when the river is low, the ants eat the fish."

    Illinois Wisconsin Fishing

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    Any cat loose in the wild is, IMO, feral. It may curl up in your lap at night, but when outdoors, it is killing songbirds with dispatch.

    Regarding coyotes: as they migrated from west to east they bred with red wolves in Quebec *. Eastern coyotes average ten pounds more than their western kin. Fortunately, they did not adopt the pack hunting habits of the wolf. However, two summers ago, a pair of coyotes in Cape Breton pulled down a seventeen year old woman on a popular hiking path and then wouldn't let anyone near their kill. Eventually, a park ranger shot one and the other left. Various animal rights groups immediately declared that the hiker had done something wrong as "coyotes don't kill humans." (Grrrr!)


    *Pedigree-based assignment tests for reversing coyote (Canis latrans) introgression into the wild red wolf (Canis rufus) population
    Craig R. Miller*, Jennifer R. Adams, Lisette P. Waits
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    Reed

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    Default Re: Coyote fur.

    My 4 cats are "outdoor" cats.
    Yeah they get a bird once in a while, but not very often
    I probably find 20 dead rodents in the yard for every bird
    The benefits outweigh the cost.

    We've lost a few cats over the years to coyotes too
    The simpler the outfit, the more skill it takes to manage it, and the more pleasure one gets in his achievements. --- Horace Kephart

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