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    When it's in your yard, you'll be able to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster56 View Post
    When it's in your yard, you'll be able to tell.
    a dude i know who owns a quite large piece of land raise sheeps,chickens and such ...his family is auto sufficient in many way....however, at one point,he started to have problems with scavenger yotes. he discovered that leaving some dead ones at different location on his land kind of pass a message well understood on yotes side.as long as the corps are still recognizable,they won't comes to steal on his livestock. he must kill fresh one every 2-3 weeks to keep the ''signs''' '''readable''' lol. 3 years ago i was there ,and both me and he got 12 yotes in a single afternoon. the skin is of 0 interest.yotes are plagued with parasites,they're really dirty-silly vampires willing to anything.i wouldn't leave a young baby alone in the yard for 5 minutes,i'd fear the yotes.
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    What is "dirt silly?" Rolling in the dirt because of the parasites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollracer View Post
    yep,they are specialists of small dogs kidnapping. me,i dispatch them on sight,got to shoot a lot of them at the range . and no,they're no cute animals ; yotes are pest,theyr reproduce at the same rates as rabbits lol . got a new tikka in 6.5 creedmore,and it'll see a lot of those zombies on 4 legs.
    We have strange laws. Itís illegal to discharge a firearm within the city limits, but itís legal to shoot a coyote. Thereís a little conflict there. My yard is fenced, but critters still get in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksticks View Post
    We have strange laws. It’s illegal to discharge a firearm within the city limits, but it’s legal to shoot a coyote. There’s a little conflict there. My yard is fenced, but critters still get in.
    is this picture for real?

    scaring. don't tell my gators can do that!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster56 View Post
    What is "dirt silly?" Rolling in the dirt because of the parasites?
    dirty because it is not the kind of animals who takes a minimal care of their fur .not at all. they're full of parasites and other ugly crapps, and silly,because well......they're not much of better use than rats. simply said, yotes are pest. they decimate all the species they are predator of. they kill for fun,not to eat. kind of no real role in the food chain other than scavenging around for the fun of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollracer View Post
    is this picture for real?

    scaring. don't tell my gators can do that!!!!
    100% real. This isn’t my yard, but the picture is real. There’s a video online of the gator climbing a fence. Years ago, my previous neighbor across the street would feed a gator that that would swim by in the canal that ran along our houses. I warned him not to feed the gator, but he didn’t listen. One day he found the gator in his yard. We just assumed that the gator got in under his chain link fence. I dumped extra dirt along my fence thinking that’s how the gator got into my neighbor’s yard. Then a few months later they ran a clip on the news of a gator climbing a fence. I had no idea.
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    I have coyotes on or around my property most nights. I even see the odd one by itself in my back field during the day. The ******s feasted on many of my barn cats back when we first moved here. The are a pretty scary bunch at night, when they are all howling together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksticks View Post
    This is our latest nuisance is south Florida. My daughter saw two of them in her neighborhood which is ten minutes from my house. While human attacks are rare, small animals are very vulnerable. I’m not sure if I could tell a coyote apart from a dog.
    I was looking out my window at my house the other morning and saw a few in my neighborhood. I caught me off guard and I too thought for a minute it was several large dogs. I used to see them out in el Paso and Southern Texas all the time, but they are starting to make themselves known in Alabama and South Carolina, too (wife has family there, so we get the reports.)
    Seeing them in my neighborhood makes me nervous for my Jack Russell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudme View Post
    I was looking out my window at my house the other morning and saw a few in my neighborhood. I caught me off guard and I too thought for a minute it was several large dogs. I used to see them out in el Paso and Southern Texas all the time, but they are starting to make themselves known in Alabama and South Carolina, too (wife has family there, so we get the reports.)
    Seeing them in my neighborhood makes me nervous for my Jack Russell.
    Iím getting quite the education about these pests. It seems like theyíre everywhere from South Florida to Canada. Iíve lived in Florida for 44 years and not until recently have I heard of them living in this area. It seems like so many invasive species are calling South Florida home. In the last ten years weíve seen a rise in Pythons, iguanas, and coyotes. The iguanas donít bother humans, but they do like to eat an assortment of vegetation and landscaping. Now if they could just get the pythons to eat the coyotes. They seem to find alligators tasty.
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    Hey, who doesn't? ;>)

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksticks View Post
    I’m getting quite the education about these pests. It seems like they’re everywhere from South Florida to Canada. I’ve lived in Florida for 44 years and not until recently have I heard of them living in this area. It seems like so many invasive species are calling South Florida home. In the last ten years we’ve seen a rise in Pythons, iguanas, and coyotes. The iguanas don’t bother humans, but they do like to eat an assortment of vegetation and landscaping. Now if they could just get the pythons to eat the coyotes. They seem to find alligators tasty.
    pffft..maann.....you have such good taste when it comes to picture the floridian wild LOL.

    i know humans can adapt to nearly any kind of environment...but...but i'm not sure i like YOUR wilderness. f*** ...seems all made out of the most dangerous-venimous species . i've been a dog lovers all my life, don't have one now because after 26 years in row living with one, i sweared i gave them all,i'm done,but if i was living in florida, nothing under a pitt bull,and i would train him to kill those ******** pythons and gators on sight. seriouisly now,i couldn't live around those . you can't leave your dog in the yard for couple hours,you can't really walk the bush without high boots....i mean.....dangerous animals are there watching for you all the freakin time. BRRRR!!!

    the most dangerous species we have here are white tails....and city dwellers in the summer (those are the worse) LOL
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