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Old 12-25-2018, 06:54 AM
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Originally Posted by GreyWolfGhost View Post
One maybe, but the chances of you only having "one" coyote are pretty small, unless you are doing something to limit their numbers. If there is ample food (natural prey, your dog's food - maybe your dog if they can get him cornered) and no threat, they will collect this time of year and hunt together. You got to worry about rabies as well. If your state allows you to trap or shoot them, you probably should. If I were close, I'd be glad to do it for you! I have seen coyotes surround and pull down full-grown does trying to protect their fawns. If they are hungry, size doesn't matter. Will coyotes eat a dog? One day I shot a coyote. The next day I came back to hunt in that same area. The only thing left of the coyote was the fuzz of his fur on the sage brush. There were not even any bones left - just coyote tracks thick in the snow -
I have seen firsthand rats eating their own, but I had forgotten that coyotes did it too. The billboard at this link speaks of another species that may eat their own as well.
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Old 12-28-2018, 09:52 PM
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I'm hoping to get out and do a little shooting this next week maybe-
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