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Oh, if we are lucky they can unpack the body part order a wolf will eat you.
I heard about it in this book called Coyote America by Dan Flores
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'Coyote America' Honors An Animal Making North America Home ...
>Jul 7, 2016 ... David Greene talks to historian Dan Flores about his book, Coyote America, a biography of an iconic animal of the American West.
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Book details : Coyote America - Perseus Academic
>In the war between humans and coyotes, coyotes have won, hands-down.
Coyote America is the illuminating five-million-year biography of this
I really recommend reading Coyote America by Dan Flores. Fascinating book about the long history and track of coyotes.
288 pages, according to Amazon.
Check out this book if you want to really understand how coyotes work but u/Balsak_T_Baghar is right. Dan mentions in this book how coyotes talk to each other to take a census of the nearby populations. If the population is below carrying capacity, it will trigger an estrus in the female who will have a larger than average litter. There's a reason it's the only animal that has adapted to every single habitat on the planet besides humans.
Maybe a little more than you'd realize...
A great read, or listen to Dan Flores on JRE.
Coyotes can live anywhere. There is even a pack that lives in downtown LA in an abandoned building. Check this book out. It is amazing.
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Also, Dude, "Coyote American," please.
I agreed with you on the culling issue until I read this book:
The tl;dr is that Dan Flores, an environmental historian, argues that trying to wipe them out actually causes them to yield higher litters--which increases their numbers in areas. The species is that of survivors--which is unfortunate for our pets.