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Also called eastern coyotes, they are 66 percent coyote, 24 percent wolf and 10 percent dog. Hummell and Koontz are specialist hunters who respond to calls from concerned residents about predators preying on their flocks of sheep, herds of cows, etc.
Photo: Jon Way A lone, gray pickup truck with its headlights off rolls along the gravel road in the pale light of a full moon. Working pro bono last week, they had received a call from a farmer concerned about a top-level predator that has recently arrived in Virginia—the coywolf.
They don’t mess with gray fox too much because they can’t catch them.
Gray fox can climb a tree.” To the top of the tripod Hummell fastens his rifle, a suppressed AR-15 with a night vision scope.
In small dating pools, love blossomed between two species that would normally fight.
But the bobcat was seen wandering the neighborhood on Oct. He was found early the following morning five blocks away in a wooded area in a trap placed by animal control officers.
The men sling their rifles over their shoulders and whisper about where to begin. They ate livestock and occasionally attacked humans.
Virginia’s first government bounty on wolves was enacted at Jamestown in 1632.
Janis Jaquith, a long-time resident of Free Union, had her first encounter with what she believes was a coywolf in summer 2004.
She watched her flock of eight guinea fowl walking toward her house at dusk with a coyote following them.