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  1. In a Wildlife magazine (Jan. 2017) I saw an article that studied urban & suburban coyotes verses open range regarding their impact on the environments. I found it interesting that the study found that humans, domestic animals and urban coyotes can coexist. They used to be and in some places are still considered nuisance animals. They study remarked that urban Coyotes usually don't eat garbage, domestic dogs or domestic cats they have found. Coyotes prefer to eat opossums, raccoons and the like. It helps to keep the songbird population intact as these animals can't feed on the b
  2. Ahhhh! I stumbled upon two online news articles from last year announcing sightings of coyotes in different cities in the county where I live. https://wsvn.com/news/local/coyote-sightings-raise-concerns-in-broward-cities/ https://www.local10.com/news/florida/deerfield-beach/coyotes-leave-their-mark-in-broward-county-neighborhoods Some people (usually in pet stores) go way out of their way (she's on leash & behaving). There are other people that just love her, including kids. I always wondered why some people veer away and make a wide path between us & them, now I t
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