Sorensen, Steve
June 2012
Predator Xtreme;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p68
The author examines how coyotes spread to the eastern part of the U.S. He describes the myth of Mass migration of coyotes happen when the food supply in an area is depleted and they will move to a new territory. However, the author debunks the mass migration of coyotes and cites the various forms of the myth. He explains why the rumors that coyotes have been stocked in East are not true.


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