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The Coyote: Facts and Myths About Living with This Wild Canid
Amber C. Dunn, Mark D. Smith
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Pages / Length: 6
Publication Date: 11/10/2011

The presence of coyotes in both urban and rural settings is becoming more common. Learn facts and myths about this wild canid in this colorful publication. Topics include coyote characteristics, life history, behavior, habitat, food habits, benefits and uses, and damage and management concerns.

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