1. Ramblinwreck says:

    I think they’re probably more numerous than deer in Dade County. Friends tell of sitting for hours in tree stands and seeing few deer but lots of coyotes. If it looks like it’s going to be a slow hunting day they go for the coyote. At night when a siren sounds or the train goes through the valley it’s astonishing how many you can hear not very far from the house. One indicator of too many coyotes is how few rabbits you see around the fields. None here.

  2. Dave says:

    Coyotes prey on family pets and life stock. You should be able to protect both. Have an open, year round season on them and thin them out with whatever caliber suits you.

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