The sound of coyotes howling at night is timeless. It's like the tremolo of a loon on a still northern lake in summer. Or the distant echo of an Ivory-billed Woodpecker drumming in the vast bottomland hardwood forests of the south two hundred years ago.<quoted text>
So you trespass? like to kill all the wild life?
You might be 100% right about when coyote numbers increased . Where I am at they howl every night.
Even I might try to legally trap coyotes some next year.
We have red foxes that don't cause much damage so I leave them a lone , possums are a different story and they really are big chicken killers.
Too bad we may not be able to save the woodpecker. How lucky we are to still have loons, and coyotes, and beavers, and opossums......