The North American icon of mystery and mischevious ways is a very important animal in a healthy ecological chain. Native American legends and stories call him a “trickster” and cunning cunsumate outlaw. Known as a great and adaptable hunter no matter his environment: desert, forest, mountains or plains.
Many want him destroyed. Why? Misconception concerning the secretive life of the “dog-like” mammal, perhaps. Do greedy human predators invading the coyotes domain need to trape and kill off the coyote? NO!