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    Human and predator don't mix. You can thank the anti gun tree huggers for it. They are the ones who feed them so that they loose their fear of people, then you get horrific animal attacks cause guess what? There is no one around with a gum to shoot them.
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    For what it's worth, that article reflects the US experience of living with coyotes. The coyote is not native to Ontario. They were brought here and now thrive. There is no reason humans should not intervene.

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    "...France hunted coyotes..." No coyotes in France. Wiley is strictly a North American. Wolves were hunted to near extinction in Europe eons ago though. Totally irrational fear of 'em all over Europe.
    Oh and killing off the predators is very bad for the other wild life. Predators clean the gene pool.

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    Coyotes only arrived on pei in the 80s, the government now considers them native for some reason and created hunting/trapping seasons for them.
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    Author can go piss up a rope. I, and everyone else i know drop yotes on sight
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    They say that hunting yotes around here only causes them to have larger litters.
    Not sure how the dead ones are breeding

    Hey, I'm not saying it isn't correct, I just don't require a reason to enjoy coyote hunting.
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    I shoot them because they eat grouse, which are a ground nesting bird and I like to eat grouse also.

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    I can't shoot any!!!

    there aren't any around me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linung View Post
    I can't shoot any!!!

    there aren't any around me.

    Don't be so sure; they have them in the river valleys and at the airport. Some of the parks, and a few years ago; mount pleasant cemetery. Scarborough is the wilderness in comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awndray View Post
    For what it's worth, that article reflects the US experience of living with coyotes. The coyote is not native to Ontario. They were brought here and now thrive. There is no reason humans should not intervene.
    Not quite sure where you heard they wernt native, since their range extends from alaska down into central america, and from coast to coast. They've always been around the northeast(New York state etc), and i doubt if a yote is going to stop at some man made clearing and say to himself"oh no, i cant go there, its Ontario". Just google "northeastern coyote". They've certainly expanded their range with the elimination kf the majority of the eastern wolf population, but their hardly new arrivals

    Coyote range (numbers and colors indicate various subspecies, altho there is of course overlap)

    440px-Coyote_subspecies_distribution_map.svg.png
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