Eastern Coyotes subject of VT Fish & Wildlife meetings around state - Eagle-Times

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold a series of informational meetings about the Eastern Coyote, beginning Tuesday October 22. Precious wildlife – or infernal nuisance?

"“Eastern coyotes first appeared in Vermont in the 1940s after breeding with Eastern wolves in Canada,” said Mark Scott, Vermont’s director of wildlife. “They are larger than their western cousins, and they are adaptable opportunists, living in areas that are well-settled by humans as well as in remote wild areas.""

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