You have probably seen headlines about coyote population explosions, or perhaps your NextDoor app has informed you about recent coyote sightings in your neighborhood. Coyotes still feel like a relatively new species here in Florida, but they ... READ MORE
Over the years I have received many calls from beach residents with concerns about coyotes. Encounters with this animal can be unnerving for many and the most common time of year for them is winter.
A friend of mine who lives in the central ... READ MORE
The time of year we think of werewolves, warlocks, witches, and full moon evenings. But there is another creature who likes to howl at the moon this time of year – the coyote.
Actually, coyotes howl all throughout ... READ MORE
Q: Yesterday evening at approximately 6:00 we glanced out into our back yard and saw an animal that we are pretty certain was a grey wolf. Both my husband and I saw it and agree that it definitely wasn't a grey fox. It was much larger. Do we ... READ MORE
Have you ever seen a coyote walking down the sidewalk or dashing across the highway?
You’re not alone. Over the past four to five decades, coyotes have expanded into Florida and have now been reported from the Panhandle to the Florida Keys.1 ... READ MORE
Predators are animals that kill and eat other animals, or prey. Predation is a natural process, and the only animals not considered predators are ones that strictly feed on plants. The first step in protecting livestock from predators is...
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Coyotes were introduced in Florida in the 1920s for hunting and, today, they live in every county in the state and are becoming a nuisance in some areas.
Lisa Hickey, an Extension agent for the University of Florida’s ... READ MORE
The omnivorous coyote is a relative newcomer to Florida that plays an important role in ecosystems and food webs. Of particular importance and possible benefit may be their potential ability to control populations of pest species such as some ... READ MORE
Coyotes can be a nuisance to pet and livestock owners as well as vegetable farmers. They are true scavengers and will eat just about anything – sheep, calves, poultry, deer, watermelons, snakes, foxes, cats, rabbits, grass, carrion, pet food…
Although ... READ MORE