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THE URBAN COYOTE PROBLEM IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY

@inproceedings{Howell1982THEUC,
  title={THE URBAN COYOTE PROBLEM IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY},
  author={R. Howell},
  year={1982}
}
Author(s): Howell, Robert G. | Abstract: Extensive, urban development of hillside areas in Los Angeles County has created an undesirable human interface with coyotes (Canis latrans). Plentiful, readily available household garbage, pet foods, and water have spawned abnormal numbers of bold coyotes that have adopted residential properties and the human environment as ideal habitat. Consequently, at least six persons have been attacked, including the death of a three-year old child, during the… Expand
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