Studies try to get handle on coyotes in NC August 2, 2010 North Carolina




Studies try to get handle on coyotes in NC The Virginian-Pilot  8/1/2010

  At least one report says coyotes could be responsible for declines in deer population in the southeastern United States. 

That is not the case in North Carolina, said Chris Turner, a state wildlife biologist in northeastern North Carolina. Deer herds are generally healthy.

"Only time will tell," he said. "Coyotes are not strong deer predators. They eat lots of things."


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