|OUTDOORS WITH DON COLUMN 01-31|
|Written by Don Mulligan|
|Wednesday, January 30, 2013 6:49 PM|
Growing coyote numbers extend season
CENTRAL INDIANA - On calm nights in Indiana, the normally quiet winter skies are increasingly interrupted by the mating calls of coyotes.
With record numbers of coyotes entering their breeding season in February, the once almost nonexistent yips and howls of these songdogs are now common.Consider some basic facts about these evasive canines and it becomes clear why.
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