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Patterns of human-coyote conflicts in the Denver Metropolitan Area

By S. A. Poessel, S. W. Breck, T. L. Teel, S. Shwiff, K. R. Crooks, L. Angeloni

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2013
Publication Title Journal of Wildlife Management
Volume 77
Issue 2
Pages 297-305
ISBN/ISSN 0022-541X
DOI 10.1002/jwmg.454
Language English
Author Address Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523, USA.
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  1. Animal ecology
  2. Animals
  3. APEC countries
  4. Biological resources
  5. Canidae
  6. Canine
  7. Carnivores
  8. Colorado
  9. Coyotes
  10. Developed countries
  11. Human-animal interactions
  12. Humans
  13. Land types
  14. Mammals
  15. Men
  16. natural enemies
  17. North America
  18. OECD countries
  19. peer-reviewed
  20. Pests.
  21. Pets and companion animals
  22. predators
  23. Primates
  24. Public health
  25. rural areas
  26. Seasonal variations
  27. seasons
  28. space
  29. suburban areas
  30. temporal variation
  31. United States of America
  32. vertebrates
  33. Wild animals
  34. wildlife conservation
  35. wildlife management
  1. peer-reviewed