Urban Coyote Myths

  Many of you have asked us questions concerning urban coyotes. There will be many questions from groups or individuals opposed to trapping or removing habituated animals. Let’s talk about a few common myths regarding urban coyotes.   Myth # 1 Coyotes are protected or on the endangered species list and cannot be touched.  … [Read More]

COYOTES AND LYME DISEASE

  Here is a very interesting read for you, I am sorry that I do not have a link but you can Google, Taal Levi University of California-Santa Cruz. Taal was working on his doctoral degree, his hypothesis was that as coyotes replaced or killed off the red fox in many areas around the country,… [Read More]

What is a coyote?

A coyote resembles a small German Shepard dog, but carries its tail below the level of its back rather than curved upward. Its upper body is typically light gray   but can vary from almost pure black to almost pure white. It has course outer hairs that are usually black tipped. His stomach hairs vary… [Read More]

Hiring a professional trapper to solve your coyote problem!

Why is hiring the proper trapper important to you. When deciding which trapper to hire in your area it is very important that he can provide references to ensure that he has the knowledge and expertise to capture the problem animal/animals. This is especially true when dealing with coyotes. Coyotes are the most intelligent and… [Read More]

Do I have a coyote problem?

That is the question being asked more and more often lately by city officials and home owners in many urban areas across the country. Coyote populations have rapidly increased in the last decade due to several factors including their adaptability to any kind of environment and food source. Coyotes are here to stay, many do… [Read More]

Kent man attacked by coyotes in his own backyard

The man had three coyotes attacked him Friday night while he was walking his dog in the backyard. They kept trying to bite him in the face, but he kept  blocking them and pushing them away, and that’s when the one bit him in the leg,” he says.Scarberry spent most of the night in the emergency room –… [Read More]

Urban Coyotes

By John A. Shivik Although interactions between coyotes and humans are generally rare, they can become dangerous and tragic. Coyotes are increasingly seen in urban areas because: Coyotes will adapt to many different types of environments. They produce a high number of pups, which gives them an advantage for survival and success. Their diet is varied… [Read More]

The Development of America’s Modern Private Nuisance Wildlife Control Industry

  By Bob Noonan   America’s modern private nuisance wildlife control industry, which deals primarily with suburban/urban wildlife problems that for the most part affect private individuals and small businesses, came about because of a combination of environmental, cultural, and educational factors. For most of its early history, America was predominantly rural. People were familiar… [Read More]

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