Why are Coyotes a Nuisance?
Coyote (Canis Latrans): Coyotes are opportunist feeders. They are carnivores. This mammal’s diet consists of rabbits (top of the list), insects, rodents, mice, fawns, livestock (chicken, turkey, lamb, sheep, cattle) as well as berries, watermelons, cantaloupes, sweet corn and other fruits and vegetables. Undeniably, coyotes are capable of taking small pets such as dogs and cats. Also, human confrontation has been reported usually involving children. In some areas, coyotes feed on human refuse at dump sites. Coyotes are most active at night and early morning hours. Males average in weight from 45 lbs. and females average 35 lbs. Coyotes have been measured at speeds up to 40 mph.
Damage Control and Prevention Methods: Call C.R.N.A.C. for trapping, control, damage management, and relocation.
Exclusion: C.R.N.A.C. is capable of fencing, surveillance, den removal, and habitat modification.
Zoonoses (Diseases associated with): Diseases that can be passed to human from coyotes are Mange, Rabies, Ancylostomiasis, Babesiosis, Dermatomycosis (Ringworm), Ehrlichiosis, Canine Distemper, and Giardiasis.
Signs of a Coyote:
Unlike a dog the coyote tail will stay down when running. Coyote droppings are easily recognized as they will have hair or berries on them and twisted.
Sounds of Coyotes
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