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Losing My Chickens -- Lessons Learned

Geri Spieler | Posted 02.06.2015 | HuffPost Home
Geri Spieler

I understand raccoons need to eat too, just not my chickens. I can't argue with nature, but I can keep my pets safe. Although their suburban yard is large, they have limited space to run and hid for cover. They are trapped.

Response To Man's Coyote Call Is Freaking Everyone Out

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 09.17.2014 | Green

A video showing a man practicing a coyote call (and getting a very noisy response) has gone viral this week, and it seems to be freaking everyone out....

Coyotes Used To Be Way Bigger, Fossils Suggest

Posted 02.28.2012 | Science

By: Charles Choi, LiveScience Contributor Published: 02/27/2012 03:06 PM EST on LiveScience In ancient times, when woolly mammoths and cave bear...

WATCH: Panther, Coyote Or Chupacabra? Mysterious Animal Stalking Davie

Posted 03.19.2012 | Miami

Is it a large black cat, a panther, a coyote? Whatever form it takes, there's a wild animal stalking a Davie neighborhood. "This thing is huge," ho...

Saving Money by Saving Wildlife

Andrew Wetzler | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Andrew Wetzler

Cutting Wildlife Services' budget for the lethal control of carnivores is a win-win proposition for wildlife and the federal budget.

WATCH: Coyote Takes A Stroll Down State Street

Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago

A coyote that was spotted running down State Street early Monday may be in the Loop on assignment: to help keep the city's rodent population at bay. ...

Kill for Cash ~ Coyotes Targeted in Nova Scotia's "Pelt Incentive" Program

Camilla Fox | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Camilla Fox

Tomorrow coyotes throughout Nova Scotia will be snared and trapped in a government-sponsored bounty spree. The killing will pay $20 per coyote pelt with the intent of reducing the population.

The Case Against Poisoning Our Wildlife

Camilla Fox | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Camilla Fox

Over 120,000 native carnivores -- including coyotes, wolves, bobcats, badgers, foxes, and bears -- are killed every year by Wildlife Services, largely at the behest of corporate agribusiness interests.