Virginia Tech study shows adaptability of coyotes April 13, 2015 Virginia

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Virginia Tech study shows adaptability of coyotes April 13, 2015 Virginia, Roanoke Times
...  one particularly surprising finding: Bobcats eat a lot of deer, and there may be more bobcats in the woods than biologists thought ... Kelly said that when a deer herd is already in decline, it’s possible that predator pressure, such as coyotes taking fawns, could have an effect. But coyote typically do not cause the population declines. Those are governed by larger factors, like food availability... 

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