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With fewer deer up north, coyotes move south in search of food April 12, 2011 Maine





With fewer deer up north, coyotes move south in search of food  April 12, 2011  Maine  Population
Morning Sentinel

Now that they've eaten most of the deer in northern Maine, coyotes are moving south in search of food. People ask me if they should worry about their children. The only sensible answer is yes, of course. Do a Google search for "coyote attacks on deer"..




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