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  • fanficmistress
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    Experts say the presence of coyotes in cities sets the stage for larger predators like wolves, mountain lions and bears.

    That's a little unnerving as we hear the coyotes quite often where we live. Although I was told that if you have coyotes the wolves will not be there as they don't pay well together. I guess when I don't hear them anymore I'll have to be on the look out for the others.

  • wrmnthewoodwork
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    Growing up on the farm, we saw all manner of wildlife - small birds, crows, owls, hawks, vultures, foxes, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, coyotes, deer, pheasants, turkeys, just to name a few.

    So when I moved to a relatively urban area, I thought I'd lose a lot of wildlife interaction. I went to turn into my driveway at dusk one night, and there in my driveway was a coyote. Skittered away pretty quick but it was a bit shocking to see a creature I normally only saw in the back woods or around the barns in the middle of town.

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