New to coyotes

Astrolopitec Posted By Astrolopitec, Feb 4, 2010 at 10:50 PM

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  1. gibson

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    I posted earlier about the critter that I now believe to be an orphaned coyote that was wandering my neighborhood last summer. We had a ton of rabbits last spring and no daffodils or tulips. This year we have beautiful tulips and daffodils blooming, they all popped after the eight inches of rain followed by two days of 70 degrees. Given the choice, I guess I'd go with the circle of life, and let the coyote do it's thing. If I had feral cats around, I would buy some coyotes and transplant them.
     
  2. Rustaholic

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    YOU are supposed to eat the squirrels.
    Really,,, They are easy to skin and clean and taste great.
     
  3. ROYJ24

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    Screw the coyotes! My Husky got first dibs on rabbits, squirrels, & chipmunks. Hope no one has to remove a half eaten rabbit from their yard. :ahhh:
     
  4. Rustaholic

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    Get the rabbits before the husky does.
    They taste great too.
     
  5. Czech

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    Francisella tularensis!
     
  6. Tony H

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    I have eaten them but I prefer fish, Ham, turkey, and beef . I once made squirrel stew for easter but it was not too popular with the family!
     
  7. Flatbedford

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    They probably would have preferred rabbit stew.
     
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