Carlo the coyote pup is now in the care of a wildlife rehabilitator.
Killing large predators to reduce livestock conflicts or benefit game populations has long been thought to be ineffective
I'm often confused by animal cruelty, mistreatment, and assaults on endangered species. But, at the moment, I'm just confused -- mystified, really -- at certain concepts involved in animal exploitation.
When the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey isn't shutting down the George Washington Bridge as part of a political
Adam What kind of person purposely destroys a beaver dam and sets a "wall of death" of Conibear traps, knowing that the unsuspecting
I'm delighted to report that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has followed the National Park Service in prohibiting some of the most wanton and misguided methods utilized to slaughter grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, and coyotes on our public lands in Alaska
The months of spring this year have brought a delicious treat to the eyes of bird watchers near the Baypoint Lagoons, a wildlife sanctuary near where I live.
The animals may have eaten the psychoactive fly agaric mushroom, which grows in the area.
Coyote-killing contest to go ahead this weekend despite threats.
This morning, I was struck by the irony of a young woman walking a dog while wearing coyote fur on the collar of her Canada Goose jacket (yes, coyotes and domesticated dogs are part of the same Canis family). Although I let blissful ignorance prevail, I imagined a conversation.
We bought our second home fifteen years ago by looking farther west in the aptly named community of West Hills, a move that served several purposes, both practical and psychological.
New Yorkers can sleep well again, knowing that a coyote seen roaming the city has been tranquilized and captured. However, I confess that I am not really all that relieved.
It's like I live in the third world, but it's the Hollywood Hills. My little Jerry, all four pounds of him, were in the mouth of a coyote so big, my son said the beast was six-feet-tall when it stood on its hind legs to jump over our gate.
Daniel Rice, 21, escaped police custody but they later found him at an Illinois nature preserve where he was being chased by a pack of coyotes.