Here I am in Colorado in the midst of a blizzard and thought I would look outside to see how much snow had accumulated. I saw this large well fed coyote eyeing two neighbor mini schnauzer's. I stepped out and yelled at which point the coyote just looked at me and sauntered off. Imagine my surprise when I got on the computer only to see the story below pop up;
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33509516/ns ... s-americas
The short of it is two coyotes attacked a young woman hiking alone in a Nova Scotia park and she died from her injuries. My immediate thought was of the old hometown and your problems with wolves. Let's hope it never gets to that point.
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Not much to fear from wolves. http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com/issue ... people.php Or coyotes for that matter. Almost 20 people die from dog attacks in the US every year. On average none from wolves or coyotes combined, about 1 from bear, 1 from mountain lion. Want real threats, over 32,000 killed from gunshot in the U.S. every year and even more from vehicle crashes.
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