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    Nanny Rips Baby Girl From Jaws of Coyote...

    If asked why I hunt coyotes, I always say that one reason is that they are baby-stealers. Here's my proof.

    FOXNews.com - Nanny Rips Baby Girl From Jaws of Coyote in California Sandbox - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News


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    Between Urban "Wildlife" and suburban wildlife it seems like you really should be packing
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    It's a shame the Nanny wasn't carrying. might have saved the kid rabies shots and made sure the coyote didn't do that again!
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    I heard from many of the CA politicians that you don't need a gun to protect yourself and your family...now I'm puzzled

    How terrible for the kid!

    If I lived there, I believe I invest in a .22 with a silencer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I heard from many of the CA politicians that you don't need a gun to protect yourself and your family...now I'm puzzled

    How terrible for the kid!

    If I lived there, I believe I invest in a .22 with a silencer.
    I live in VA and it's the best investment I've made in a while. No nosey neighbors down the road calling the LEO's every time I shoot (making NOISE complaints).
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    Thanks, Packerfan. Now I can tell the antis that I shoot coyotes because they eat kids. Killed one last year that had a lot of red wolf blood-he came charging in as soon as my electronic call started its dying rabbit thing.

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    saw my first dead one on 1-80 in Summit county, Ohio. I've seen a few in the ravines along 1-77 in Cuyahoga Country. Thats near CLEVELAND, OHIO....they are migrating back. soon we will have to keep an eye out for our dogs. (though that noisy little mouse dog next door would make a good snack for a coyot)

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    I grew up for a time (as a young'un) within 15mi of that exact area. The hills between Yorba Linda, Corona and Chino Hills are chock full of coyotes, rattlesnakes and other wildlife. Always have been. The chapparal may seem bleak and empty, but it's hardly that.

    With the ever-expanding population, such contact will only get worse as the wildlife gets smarter about living in close proximity to these different food sources.
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    Coyotes have even become a problem in the Eastern US. I've killed them in Virginia.

    Another thing that is happening, especially in the east, is that wolves & coyotes are crossing & producing 'COYWOLVES'. I have an article that talks about the problem.

    One was killed that was 72lbs. They had originally been thought to be 'COYDOGS', but after DNA testing, they found NO dog DNA.

    Eastern coyotes are larger & heavier at 32 to 38lbs. than western coyotes at 22 to 30lbs. The Eastern's diet is usually Whitetail deer. The Western's diet is rabbit & other small game.

    This is not an animal to underestimate, they are dangerous & SMART!
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    I'm surprised that the local newspapers in California aren't reporting this as: "Crazy Conservative Attacks Native Animal and Steals it's Lunch."
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    Several years ago, my wife saw a coyote on the county courthouse's public square at about 3 am; she was picking up our oldest son from a school band trip. Our town is one of about 90,000+ people, and the county at large is about 275,000...not large, but not small, either. These animals are indeed returning as they learn to live around people. More of these incidents will occur, not fewer.

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