The coyote's message
- COYOTE CONTROL: THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM? Bekoff, Marc // BioScience;Jan1979, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
A letter to the editor is presented in response to two articles by W. E. Howard and M. Shelton on predator control in North America published in previous issues of the journal.
- TIPS AND TIDBITS. Cooney, Judd // Outdoor Life;Dec2000/Jan2001, Vol. 206 Issue 5, p54
Provides information on predator hunting in the United States. Details on predators' attacks on persons and livestock; Discussion on managing the number of coyotes; Prices of their fur.
- Fewer Dollars for Lamprey Control. Helsdon, Jeff // Ontario Out of Doors;Jul2011, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p16
The article reports that according to Marc Gaden, communications director and legislative liaison of the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, U.S. funding for the Great Lakes lamprey-control program will be cut by 15%.
- Zap! Kluckner, Michael // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Apr2002, Vol. 26 Issue 163, p26
Discusses the use of electric fences. Advantage of using electric fences; Components of an electric fencing system; Control of predators that dig under fences.
- Ranchers, experts say coyotes increasing in SD. Winchester, Cody // Confederated Umatilla Journal;Feb2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p33
The article reports on the concerns of ranchers to the increase population of coyote that would affect their livelihood in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A study conducted by extension trappers reveals the increase of coyote populations, which threatens the livestock programs and productions. in...
- 22 WAYS TO OUTSMART PREDATORS. Christian, Chris // Outdoor Life;Dec2000/Jan2001, Vol. 206 Issue 5, p46
Presents pieces of advice on how to outsmart predators when hunting. Information on using decoys when calling for foxes or coyotes; Tips on hunting during late afternoons; How to have the right weapons.
- Artful Diners. Heinrich, Bernd // Natural History;Jun80, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p42
Focuses on the eating habits of caterpillars. Strategies evolved to repel birds and to avoid other potential predators; Need to feed on leaves efficiently; Consequences of wasting food; Predators' recognition of damaged leaves; Practice of clipping off the remainder of the leaf after feeding.
- A reevaluation of the enigmatic Permian synapsid Watongia and of its stratigraphic significance. Reisz, Robert R.; Laurin, Michel // Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences;Apr2004, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p377
The enigmatic synapsid Watongia, initially described on the basis of fragmentary remains from the Chickasha Formation of Oklahoma as an early therapsid (a gorgonopsian), is redescribed and is shown to represent the largest known varanopid synapsid. Its assignment to the Varanodontinae...
- Discounted Supply Curves and Optimal Harvesting in a Multi-Species Fishery. Dávila, Nancy; Juan M. Martin-Gonzá, lez // Central European Journal of Operations Research;1999, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
Examines the problem of exploiting the ecologically interdependent fish stocks. Interactions among exploited populations; Equality in equilibrium prices for the predator and the prey; Considerations on determining the problem of optimal economic policy.