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Solving Coyote Problems: How to Coexist with North America's Most…

by John Trout Jr.

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He'll steal your house pets, eat your garden vegetables, kill fawns from your local deer herd, even enter your house in search of a good meal - and he's more than a match for any roadrunner. So how does the average homeowner outsmart a problem coyote? In Solving Coyote Problems, John Trout, Jr. supplies the answers, showing you how to deal with the incredibly adaptable and intelligent coyote, and outlining the nonlethal and lethal methods for disposing of North America's number-one predator in both urban and rural areas. Most important, Trout offers strategies to prevent him from wreaking havoc in the first place. Solving Coyote Problems tells you what to do if you see a coyote coming your way, teaches how to determine whether damage has been cause by Canis latrans (instead of a plain dog, for instance), describes the devices that will frighten him away, and explains the trapping techniques that work best. It also includes helpful lists of equipment suppliers and state agencies that handle complaints about these predators. This book is a must for city dwellers, suburbanites, and country folk - anyone who needs to solve a coyote problem. (6 x 9, 304 pages, b&w photos, illustrations, charts)

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