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i am interested in the rising and decreasing population of coyotes
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Research Results 10-24

1.I viewed several videos off YouTube and they were very resourceful and helped me out.

2.I watched four videos off the discovery channel website and learned new interesting fact I can now add to my paper.

3.I interviewed my dad and got different quotes about how the coyote population has increased on his farm.

4.When searching I didn’t only use the Kentucky fish and wildlife website, I also used Tennessee’s and Ohio’s. This gave me new relative points I could add to my paper.

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Coyote population rising in Bowling Green

Coyote sightings are becomeing more common in rural areas but are expanding to cities like Bowling Green. This article gives news about the rising population of coyotes in Bowling Green.

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How To Hunt Coyotes In Kentucky | Made Manual

Hunting regulations for coyotes and how they try to control them.

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Research Plan 10-22 to 10-24

These are my research goals

1.Watch videos and look at magazines in helping my search.

2.Look at clips on the discovery channel about coyotes.

3.Im going to interview my dad about coyote population on different farms he owns

4.Research other state websites for information about the population of coyotes.

 

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Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources - What Happened to My Cat?

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources - What Happened to My Cat? | coyote population | Scoop.it

It talks about how coyotes are a big problem and are starting to show up in different areas all over the united states. It makes a point that  coyotes can adapt anywhere and are killing peoples animals and livestock.

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Hunt the hunters: Tips for pursuing coyotes

Hunt the hunters: Tips for pursuing coyotes | coyote population | Scoop.it

Coyote populations in Kentucky continue to increase and have become serious problems for farmers, hunters and even pet owners. In this article it gives you different tips for pursuing coyotes.

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FOR-37: Coyote, Managing Coyote Problems in Kentucky

This article talks about how to manage coyote problems and how to control it with different techniques.

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zak wright's comment, March 18, 2013 10:12 PM
To manage coyote populations, you have to come up with a certain approach. First, you can keep predators and livestock apart from each other. The second option is to simply remove the coyotes from the area. To get the best results, figure out and use these management tactics before the problem ever even arises.
zak wright's comment, March 18, 2013 10:24 PM
Many Farmers that have livestock tend to have a problem with coyotes. Sheep seems to be a favorite for coyotes, due to birth in spring and being secluded in the dark. To prevent sheep loss, farmers should push their sheep into corrals during nightime where it is closer to a building and more light is near. Another thing that helps keep coyotes away is to remove or bury the dead sheep, or even get a guard dog that scares off any dangers.
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Number of coyotes roaming rural areas

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Coyote sightings climb in Northern Kentucky.  No longer dwell in the wilderness.

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KY: Kentucky Dept Fish and Wildlife -coyotes in ky

This article talks about the hunting regulations in kentucky for coyotes. It mentions different facts about key points of information about the history of coyotes.

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