Not sure exactly where it was. I don't live near southern Ontario, but I have an old friend from Milton that mentioned the coyotes to me years ago. I didn't realize how big a problem it was getting to be until I read your thread and started doing a little research myself. Pretty interesting.That's 2 minutes from me Jen if it's Tyandaga, I know they see them there on the golf course.
Could well be my coyotes.
Did your dog like it ?I had the bright idea to play a CD, on the external house speakers, of wolves howling. Thinking it may spook the coyotes, and help keep them away. Next morning the horses were the ones all spooked, they were very skittish, and kept looking towards the house. First and last time I tried that.
yah we had a 120 acre horse farm in Milton just north of the 401 and had a pack of coyotes on the back 20. Never any real issue with them other than setting the dogs off now and again if they ventured around the barns at night. We didn't have any aggressive dogs there but did have a llama that no coyote wanted any part of.Not sure exactly where it was. I don't live near southern Ontario, but I have an old friend from Milton that mentioned the coyotes to me years ago. I didn't realize how big a problem it was getting to be until I read your thread and started doing a little research myself. Pretty interesting.
We’ve lived here 15 years and the last time we saw one was probably close to that. Funny enough my friend lives about 15 minutes west and we see quite a few around her place. But she’s in a town closer to the lake plus there a lot of huge properties there. We still see coyotes there too but I just think there are more safe spaces for the foxes.The foxes we had denning in the ravine used to come through the yard and tease my last female. Dad also came through and if the dog wasn't out, came back with the pups a few minutes later. The increase in coyotes coincided with a decrease in fox sightings and they no longer den across from me