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Coyote Control Needed This Winter

Posted by Jennifer Smith on

Winter is the best time of the year to see coyotes; but homeowners will not spot coyote packs, but instead one at a time. 

Coyote pups are born in the springtime (March and April); and this is when they cling to their parents for several months; but by winter, baby coyotes are now cool, rebellious teenagers; and they want to leave their parents' side - and, they do. To fend for themselves, they visit home properties to hunt for food. 

A coyote's diet in the wintertime contains small mammals - including small dogs and cats - rodents, birds, fruits and berries. To protect landscapes, and pets, homeowners will need to install steel fencing around perimeters of yards that is at least 6 feet high. 

Coyote management in winter is a must in addition to keeping away deer, bears and other wildlife that are a concern.

Prepare To See Coyotes In Winter

As if homeowners didn't have enough to worry about, dealing with deer, now they have to worry about coyotes invading their lawns and gardens.Young coyotes leave their parents in the winter time to fend for themselves, scouting for food on landscapes and preparing for breeding season in January. Coyotes' diet consists of rodents, rabbits, fruits, [...]

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