City says coyotes are more dangerous ...

City says coyotes are more dangerous than traps

There are 6 comments on the KUSA Denver story from May 13, 2007, titled City says coyotes are more dangerous than traps. In it, KUSA Denver reports that:

Along the Highline Canal in Greenwood Village there is a 55-acre natural preserve.

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Jessica Bottjer

Littleton, CO

#1 May 14, 2007
Will there be another meeting to voice opinions about what plans are after June 10th. I believe people are trying to place fear in to the public eyes about coyotes. I really truth is that the coyotes what less to do with us than we want to do them. Educated people would understand that these are wild animals and they need to be left alone. They are no aggressive nor are they trying to attack people. Stop the killing.
Mary Ann Stringile

Englewood, CO

#3 May 20, 2007
Please find another way to deal with the coyote issue
Donna

Englewood, CO

#4 May 29, 2007
Next, the complaint will be there are too many rabbits and raccoons. Trapping and killing these coyotes is truly irresponsible. They are probably getting aggressive because their pups are small. What happens to those pups when you trap and kill their mothers? And how cruel to trap and kill a pup!
Chris

San Jose, CA

#5 Jun 11, 2007
I live and run in the area that the coyotes are being trapped and killed in. The fear factor is very real and totally based on lack of real information. Over the past ten years of running on the highline trail I have wittnessed a huge decline in the Coyote population, not an increase. While the people population on the trail has greatly increased. In combination with the increase has come more off trail explorers with dogs covering all areas that the Coyotes live and breed in. In order to show more respect to the "Preserve" wildlife area would have been to inform all visitors that you are only a threat when you invade their home and threaten their family.
lloyd medina

United States

#6 Jun 11, 2007
Chris wrote:
I live and run in the area that the coyotes are being trapped and killed in. The fear factor is very real and totally based on lack of real information. Over the past ten years of running on the highline trail I have wittnessed a huge decline in the Coyote population, not an increase. While the people population on the trail has greatly increased. In combination with the increase has come more off trail explorers with dogs covering all areas that the Coyotes live and breed in. In order to show more respect to the "Preserve" wildlife area would have been to inform all visitors that you are only a threat when you invade their home and threaten their family.
thank you chris for an informed and truthful post. any animal will protect their territory and especiall their young offspring.
Bill Boy

United States

#7 Jul 26, 2008
I say kill 'em all. They be dangerous. They hurt de people. They eat de people. Kil, kill, kill is my song.

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