coyote


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coyote

a North American predatory wild dog. Called also Canis latrans.
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The campus police personnel, who were already perusing the coyote after it bit the child, spotted the coyote and shot at it around 8 p.
An increase in coyote sightings between now and the spring is expected as young coyotes leave their parents in search of mates and territories to call their own.
A growing legion of hunters is taking up a more targeted effort at coyote hunting.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries the coyote seems to have profited from the extermination of the wolf.
Genetic testing of Eastern coyotes, or coywolves, found they are about 60 percent coyote, 30 percent Eastern wolf and 10 percent dog, Mr.
In 2011, someone photographed a coyote in Queens, and in 2013, black-and-white photographic evidence showed a solitary coyote as far east as Bridgehampton, Long Island.
Other states are lengthening their coyote season to year-round.
Dougherty asked the county to implement a bounty on coyotes, or barring that, to at least pay for a hunter or trapper to visit coyote sites and kill the creatures.
Every Coyote Customer, Carrier, and Employee has full visibility across our entire network.
A horrified Hirsch contacted Project Coyote for assistance.
When European settlers first came to North America in the late 1500s to early 1600s, they found the coyote (Canis latrans) on the plains, grasslands, and deserts of the central and western parts of the continent.