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Great advice from these officials about coexisting with coyotes, the most intelligent and adaptable animal out there! Coyotes normally fear humans. If we don't leave open trash or petfood outside and never feed them, coyotes pose little risk to humans. In return, they help the ecosystem by eating rodents, rabbits and the smaller mammals like opossums and skunks that prey on song birds. Coyotes also clean up carrion. We should all learn to haze coyotes, if they venture too close. Shout, clap your hands, blow a whistle, bang pots together, spray a garden hose or open an umbrella to teach a coyote where it should NOT be.A great source of SCIENTIFIC info about coyotes is projectcoyote.org.
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