You have to wonder whether coyotes hang around in their spare time griping about humans as much as we gripe about them.
How did this peculiar notion arise, that these canine cousins to our pet dogs might gather in the hills in the evening and, between howling choir practice sessions, rag on us?
Recently every dog walker I encountered in my rural Agoura community complained in tones of righteous indignation of seeing “a huge nervy coyote in broad daylight on the hill just above our walking...
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