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Coyotes stalking human prey on the increase.

 
ClapForTheWolfman
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Coyotes stalking human prey on the increase.
Coyote attacks on human prey reports are on the rise as both the human and the coyote populations increase. Across North America coyotes are becoming less afraid of humans and the activities that used to keep them at bay. Fears are the stalking and killing will continue as humans encroach on the areas once considered wild. As the coyotes natural prey diminishes they will look at other food sources and humans are in their sights. With an estimated population of at least 2000 coyotes in the Chicago area it's really just a waiting game until they run out of rabbits and other small animals and start preying on house pets and stalking children playing in backyards and area parks. And it's not just the coyotes it's animals around the world. Elephants cougers, and even stingrays are killing humans at an alarming rate. Read the papers and watch TV. The animals are starting to revolt.
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stop snatchin up their peeple! hide ya kids, hide ya wife, hide ya hurbands to, cuz dey rapin errbody out hur!
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Good,My African Mastiff eats lots.I am sure she would love some coyote meat lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Good thing I am not a tiger.
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I live in the hills and Coyotes are common. I use to work for a camp in the San Bernardino Mountains and let me tell you ... A few years ago they chased me 500 feet up a steep mountain during a night hike and I couldn't move for 4 hours till the sun rose.
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I have them here in the large cemetery right down the street,I see them all the time and hear the howling's at night...they are brazen I watched 2 coyotes run up behind a mother and her small child they both stopped about two meters away and just watched them.
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I love coyotes.
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lots here.....they tracked me in the bush last summer.....later that night i heard them take down a baby deer.....should of heard it scream for its life hiding
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Humans are slower and easier to catch than roadrunners:

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Humans are slower and easier to catch than roadrunners:


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MEEP! MEEP!

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Got an older relative who lives in one of the canyons in SoCal. One morning taking a walk, a pack of coyotes were sizing him up. That's the weird thing about them- they have no fear...they'll walk down the road like a dog!

Anyhow, he carries, so he fired into the air and that sent them on their way. Second Amendment- boo yah!
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Got an older relative who lives in one of the canyons in SoCal. One morning taking a walk, a pack of coyotes were sizing him up. That's the weird thing about them- they have no fear...they'll walk down the road like a dog!

Anyhow, he carries, so he fired into the air and that sent them on their way. Second Amendment- boo yah!
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they hunt in packs now ...
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I am watching "The Uprising" on the Animal Planet Channel right now and they are showing how wild animals ( and feral dogs) are attacking humans more and more.
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I live in the hills and Coyotes are common. I use to work for a camp in the San Bernardino Mountains and let me tell you ... A few years ago they chased me 500 feet up a steep mountain during a night hike and I couldn't move for 4 hours till the sun rose.
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holy cow.that must have been scary.
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Humans are slower and easier to catch than roadrunners:





MEEP! MEEP! love it

LOL @ the huge bird sound
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On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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Funny you should post this. During a hike today (Sedona, AZ) a loud police or fire siren went off about a 1/2 mile away. Then, about 100 yards ahead of me not far from the trail, a pack of about 15 to 20 coyotes started howling very loud. Could not see them, they were in a big clump of trees/brush. I turned and headed the other way. One or two I can handle, but a pack--NO WAY!

As i was leaving the trail, met two ladies on a hike. Warned them about the coyotes and told them to take a left (away) instead of a right (toward).
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In Montana if you can get closer than 200 yards it is a rare occurrence. Too used to being hunted. A dead yodel pup is a good yodel pup
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30-30 saddle gun = dead coyote
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We have a similar problem in the Uk with foxes attacking young children and being totally unafraid of humans.

I think they learn this from thier parents, and people are nowadays much more tolerant and kinder to wildlife - in their eyes if they do not see us a threat, that means we must be on their lunch menu.
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In Montana if you can get closer than 200 yards it is a rare occurrence. Too used to being hunted. A dead yodel pup is a good yodel pup
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Yup, in my neck of MT, same thing. They know better than to stalk a human in these parts..
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Coyote attacks on human prey reports are on the rise as both the human and the coyote populations increase. Across North America coyotes are becoming less afraid of humans and the activities that used to keep them at bay. Fears are the stalking and killing will continue as humans encroach on the areas once considered wild. As the coyotes natural prey diminishes they will look at other food sources and humans are in their sights. With an estimated population of at least 2000 coyotes in the Chicago area it's really just a waiting game until they run out of rabbits and other small animals and start preying on house pets and stalking children playing in backyards and area parks. And it's not just the coyotes it's animals around the world. Elephants cougers, and even stingrays are killing humans at an alarming rate. Read the papers and watch TV. The animals are starting to revolt.
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I've seen the evidence of this part with my own eyes. A coyote ran by my parents' neighbors and snatched up their dog one evening when they were walking it, about six months ago.

My parents house backs up to a wooded area. The area is rapidly developing and more woods are being torn down. This article is definitely touching on a legitimate concern, from what I've seen.

No BS flags here.
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bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag
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bsflag They aren't coyotes and are regular dogs or half breeds.
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I live in the hills and Coyotes are common. I use to work for a camp in the San Bernardino Mountains and let me tell you ... A few years ago they chased me 500 feet up a steep mountain during a night hike and I couldn't move for 4 hours till the sun rose.
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You're a pussy
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I hear whining about those who have small or miniature dogs allowing them to run a big distance at a wild place where at night coyotes have the right of territory and get confused and would think a small animal are prey.

Don't tempt them by keeping smallest dogs up and not out at night at all.

Usually such people choosing to have a small dog run far become their own problem.
I've seen the evidence of this part with my own eyes. A coyote ran by my parents' neighbors and snatched up their dog one evening when they were walking it, about six months ago.

My parents house backs up to a wooded area. The area is rapidly developing and more woods are being torn down. This article is definitely touching on a legitimate concern, from what I've seen.

No BS flags here.
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bsflag They aren't coyotes and are regular dogs or half breeds.
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You're not a real human just a shaved monkey poking at things with a stick and getting lucky.
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bsflag They aren't coyotes and are regular dogs or half breeds.
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sorry I'm just kidding. It's me Island Ray our stealing and eating the homeless and retarded. Sorry it's hard to type with my dick in one hand and the other hand turning the pages and trying to type this. God I suck.
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We've got them in the field down our street. I've seen two, bigger than I thought they'd be. They've quit howling at night though, I think the old timer down the street "took care" of them.
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I chase them on my dual sport bike when I see them out here. We used to hunt them in Montana. Scruffy smelly suckers. Getting some gear together to hunt some more where I live now. Plenty of them.
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I saw a coyote crossing a major highway the other day. I live twenty miles outside of Philly.
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If you act like prey, you will be prey.

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