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Learning to Live with Coyotes in Metropolitan Areas


420-050 (CNRE-57P)

Authors as Published

Authored by Shannon E. Pederson, former Graduate Student, Virginia Tech; David L. Trauger, former Director of Natural Resources in Northern Virginia, Virginia Tech; and James A. Parkhurst, Associate Professor, and Extension Wildlife Specialist, Virginia Tech

This publication is available in an enhanced digital version and PDF.

Guidance for residents of the suburban/urban interface on co-existing with coyotes.

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Publication Date

November 7, 2019