Coyotes, once loners found mainly on North America’s central and western plains, are adjusting well to living next door to people. And that’s caught many cities flat-footed as they try to sort through the available science to determine how best to deal the newly habituated predator that kills pets and can be a danger to people. (Watchara Phomicinda/ Staff Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Show Caption of Expand By Donna Littlejohn | [email protected] | Daily Breeze PUBLISHED: June 15, 2016 at 8:29 pm | UPDATED: September 6, 2017 at 5:18 am Are urban coyotes smarter than their rural cousins? What, exactly, do they eat? And just how many city-dwelling coyotes are there now, some two decades after their migration into more populated areas began? There’s much researchers still don’t know about urban coyotes, according to one biologist who has been working to gather more scientific information on coyotes specifically in the Southern California area. “We’re seriously lacking in a lot of scientifically based information when it comes to coyote management,” said biologist Niamh Quinn of the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. City governments have been especially slow to recognize what many of their residents… Read full this story
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