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  Coyote | The Humane Society of the United States
Coyotes are a close relative of the wolf and the domestic dog.
The settlers did coyotes a big favor through the relentless pursuit of the animal's larger cousin, the wolf, whose presence often held coyote populations in check, and through the abundant provision of garbage, dead draft animals, and wantonly slaughtered wildlife, such as the bison, upon which coyote populations thrived.
Coyotes are territorial, with the males marking their boundaries, as many canids do, with urine signposts.
www.hsus.org /wildlife/a_closer_look_at_wildlife/coyote.html   (870 words)

  
  Coyote - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coyotes have moved into most of the areas of North America formerly occupied by wolves, and the "dog" observed foraging in a suburban trashcan may in fact be a coyote.
The northeast coyote and the Cape Cod coyote are thought to be a 50% mix with the Red Wolf.
Coyote with a ruddy tint in its fur
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coyote   (1283 words)

  
 coyote or coyotes wildlife information and video - DesertUSA
Coyotes of high elevations have fur that is darker, thicker and longer; the under parts are nearly white, with some specimens having a white tip on the tail.
Coyotes have a good sense of smell, vision and hearing which, coupled with evasiveness, enables them to survive both in the wild and occasionally in the suburban areas of large cities.
Coyotes have recently been classified as non-game animals in California and may be taken throughout the year under the authority of a hunting license.
www.desertusa.com /june96/du_cycot.html   (2195 words)

  
 Coyote
Coyotes have most often been found in the central portion of Ohio, ranging from Mercer County in the western half of the state to Harrison County near the eastern border.
Coyotes have a bushy tail which is usually tipped in fl and is carried down at a 45 degree angle as the animal moves, unlike that of its other cousin the wolf.
The coyote is capable of breeding and producing fertile offspring with a number of its cousins, including the domestic dog (the offspring of this type of mating is referred to as a "coydog"), wild dogs, and wolves.
www.dnr.state.oh.us /wildlife/resources/wildnotes/pub376.htm   (1418 words)

  
 Coyote: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Coyotes average 2 feet high (.6 m) at the shoulder and, including tail, are approximately 4 feet (1.2 m) long.
The coyote may be the most vocal of the canids and is sometimes referred to as the “song dog.”; The most common call is a long, mournful high-pitched howl which ends in a series of sharp yips and yaps.
Coyotes and humans: In the wake of man's relentless expansion into wildlife's domain, few species have been able to coexist and even expand their range as well as the coyote.
www.adfg.state.ak.us /pubs/notebook/furbear/coyote.php   (1105 words)

  
 Orlando Sentinel - Animal Crazy: coyote archives by Orlando Sentinel Deputy Managing Editor Ann Hellmuth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Coyotes have become more visible in the suburbs north of New York City, and one was captured in the city's Central Park earlier this year.
Hal, the year-old coyote who died in custody after leading the authorities on a gripping chase through Central Park last month, was seriously ill from a heartworm infestation and internal hemorrhaging caused by rat poison, according to the results of a necropsy released Friday by state pathologists, The New York Times reports.
Hal, the coyote who paid a visit to New York City and was captured as he loped around Central Park, died as he was being tagged for release in the wild, a state official said Friday.
blogs.orlandosentinel.com /features_lifestyle_animal/coyote   (995 words)

  
 Native American Trickster Tales
Coyote: Polymorphous but Not Perverse by Dell Hymes--several versions of the tale about coyote transforming tame deer into wild deer; parts of this essay are very technical, but the various retellings of the tale can be appreciated by most readers.
Coyote went among the anxious people, bragging to everyone how early he was going to rise, how he would be the first one at the Spirit Chief's lodge.
Coyote saw that the Beings were always jealously watchful of their fire except during one part of the day.
members.cox.net /academia/coyote.html   (5442 words)

  
 Coyotes - The Animals of British Columbia, Canada. Coyotes in BC
Distribution - The coyote was originally native only to the prairies and arid west but as settlers moved across the country, altering the landscape and doing away with wolves, a new niche was opened up to the coyote.
Since coyote pelts have become increasingly valuable, man is the major enemy.
Tracks - The coyote track closely resembles that of a dog or fox although the coyote tends to follow a straight path across open areas where the others will wander or follow aspects of the landscape.
www.fishbc.com /adventure/wilderness/animals/coyote.htm   (283 words)

  
 Coyote Loader Sales, Inc. - Home Page
While Coyote’s niche is the owner/operator market ­­ where Kabay says the company has the ability to be very attentive to its customers ­­ the Ohio Department of Transportation has 10 of its machines in operation.
At Coyote, we are dedicated to bringing you the highest quality products along with the skills and capabilities acquired in more than one hundred years of combined construction experience; making us an exceptionally versatile and knowledgeable supplier of wheel loaders and other equipment for any and all applications.
Coyote Loader Sales, Inc. was founded in 1984 to market and represent construction equipment manufactured and provide customers with repair parts for the equipment.
www.coyoteloaders.com   (734 words)

  
 Dog Owner's Guide Profile: The Coyote
Versatile beyond belief, the coyote feasts on a wide variety of foods from fruits and insects to rodents and carrion and is keenly aware of all inhabitants and objects in his territory.
Suburban coyotes are often drawn to backyards by garbage, by outdoor feeding of cats, and perhaps by feeding stations set up to attract birds and small mammals such as rabbits, squirrels, and chipmunks.
Massachusetts wildlife officials said that the population of coyotes in the state appears to be growing and that control is difficult in part because the state has banned the use of leghold traps.
www.canismajor.com /dog/coyote.html   (2202 words)

  
 NatureWorks - Coyote   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Coyotes are found in all parts of the United States, except for Hawaii.
Coyotes also often follow badgers and catch prey that pop out of burrows the badger is digging.
Coyotes make their dens in rocky crevices, logs, caves or the dens of other animals.
www.nhptv.org /natureworks/coyote.htm   (490 words)

  
 WeirdSpace Encyclopedia: Wile E. Coyote
Story: Wile E. Coyote is the ever-present predator and evil genius that tries to catch his prey with assorted ACME inventions.
The cartoons are usually referred to as Road Runner cartoons, but the actual star was Wile E. Coyote as the focus in the story was his preparations, execution and miserable failure of plans to catch the Road Runner, Bugs Bunny or the sheep Sam Sheepdog was guarding.
Wile E. Coyote's first appearance was as the predator in the Road Runner cartoon Fast And Furry-Ous from 1949.
www.weirdspace.dk /Looney%20Tunes/Wile%20E%20Coyote.htm   (928 words)

  
 DNR - Coyote (Canis latrans)
There is wide variation in the coyote's color, but generally their upper body is yellowish gray, and the fur covering the throat and belly is white to cream color.
The size and weight of coyotes are commonly overestimated, because their long fur masks a bone structure that is slighter than that of most domestic dogs.
Coyotes are found in rural to urban areas and are quite common but extremely good at remaining unnoticed by humans, even while living in close proximity.
www.michigan.gov /dnr/0,1607,7-153-10370_12145_12205-60378--,00.html   (752 words)

  
 Eastern Coyotes in Massachusetts
Coyotes are highly territorial and actively keep non-family members outside their territory, both individual coyotes and other family groups.
Coyotes, as well as other wildlife, are adapting to the urban-suburban environments and are opportunistic in finding foods and resources available in these environments.
Coyotes are also excellent diggers, therefore the type of fence you install may require barriers be built into or extending from the ground.
www.mass.gov /dfwele/dfw/dfwcoy.htm   (5603 words)

  
 Coyotes: Animal Information, Pictures, Map--National Geographic Kids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Coyotes once lived only in prairies and deserts of the western United States and in Mexico.
Coyotes know that the birds often hover over a dead animal, so finding the birds frequently leads to finding a free meal.
A coyote might leap about crazily near a group of birds to distract them, then its partner might sneak up on the birds and seize a few of them for dinner.
www.nationalgeographic.com /kids/creature_feature/0005/coyote2.html   (332 words)

  
 Coyote Products
The folks at Coyote Products worked tirelessly throughout the 2006 season creating and testing new chassis designs and options.
This effort has enabled Coyote Products to offer their customers improved karts and new options for the 2007 season.
Coyote Products is now offering a high quality adjustable vertical kart stand.
www.coyotekarts.com   (207 words)

  
 Laughing Coyote Woodworks--Welcome!
Laughing Coyote Woodworks is a custom woodshop looking forward to creating what you can imagine.
Check here for a quick look at our new additions to the Laughing Coyote Woodworks website.
If you would like to be kept up to date on the changes and additions we make, or send us feedback, click to our contact page and fill out the little form.
www.laughingcoyotewoodworks.com   (249 words)

  
 COYOTE UGLY GIRLS - original live show - COYOTE UGLY GIRLZ
"Coyote Ugly" That's the hottest spot in town: Sexy female bartenders turn the New Yorker bars into the hottest party location of the city.
Coyote Ugly - the next generation....Anett (24), Romy (19), Merle (21), $iss (25) und Missy (23) are touring through the European countries and show their great performance!
COYOTE UGLY® is a registered trademark awarded artists; The one and only Coyote Ugly!
www.coyote-ugly-girls.com   (428 words)

  
 Costa Rica Hotel: Inn at Coyote Mountain: Select Small Hotel, Inn, Mountain EcoLodge
Coyote Mountain is a small place--with just 4 guest rooms--and a true ecolodge.
Coyote Mountain is a great place to get to know the authentic Costa Rica, in comfort but without pretension, and knowing that your patronage will help improve the local environment and economy.
Your stay at the Inn at Coyote Mountain offers access to our 70-acre mountaintop preserve, nature and hiking trails, vegetable gardens and fruit orchards, mountain bikes, spectacular bird watching venues, optional culinary instruction, and all gourmet meals.
www.cerrocoyote.com   (775 words)

  
 Vortech Consulting
Offering stateful packet inspection, IPSEC and PPTP VPN services, complete web based administration, in a very small foot-print while requiring a minimal amount of hardware to operate, Wolverine offers very cost effective solution for network perimeter defense and VPN connectivity.
Coyote is a personal firewall distribution of Linux designed for the purpose of protecting a home or educational network.
This firewall product is licensed for personal and educational use and is available free of charge from the downloads section of this site.
www.coyotelinux.com   (212 words)

  
 Coyote's Game Native American Silver Jewelry, Native American Beadwork and Native American Crafts
Coyote's Game offers quality Native American silver jewelry, bead work, pottery and crafts, and Pam Dietrich Deerskin Bags and Clothing.
Coyote's Game offers a wide selection of beaded hat bands, bracelets, barrettes and, earrings, as well as fine beaded belts.
We are proud to offer exquisitely made deerskin and lamb suede clothing by award-winning Western fashion designer Pam Dietrich.
www.coyotesgame.com   (258 words)

  
 Coyote Sports Information | Business.com
Home » Directory » Retail & Consumer Services » Sporting Goods » Coyote Sports, Inc.
Coyote Sports, Inc. operates in two industry segments: the company designs, engineers, manufactures, markets and distributes branded sports equipment products and designs, engineers, manufactures and distributes advanced composite materials.
Coyotes to name Maloney new general manager ')"> Coyotes to name Maloney new general manager
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 River Coyote Designs - Web and Graphic Design for Small Businesses
We invite you to email or call (530) 333-4690 today for your personalized quote.
Referrals are the lifeblood of our business and we would like to Thank You for referring River Coyote Designs.
River Coyote Designs • PO Box 582 Georgetown, CA 95634 • 530-333-4690 • Email
www.rivercoyotedesigns.com   (177 words)

  
 Coyote sunglasses - Click Here
Say the name "Coyote," and you summon images of the great outdoors.
In keeping with that image Coyote Vision USA, Inc., produces rugged, great-performing eyewear that's at home on the Great Plains, the slopes, the beach or anywhere in between.
But all the focus is not just on campfires and snowfields.
coyote-sunglasses.peepers.com   (98 words)

  
 Coyote Point Network Management Information | Business.com
Home » Directory » Computers & Software » Networking » Networking Hardware » Coyote Point Systems, Inc. » Network Management
Providers of information and services for Coyote Point network management.
Comprehensive network management and reporting tool (Free Trial)
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