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Coyote, wolf, or both?

By Dave Shuffett from October 2014 Issue

Coyote, wolf, or both?

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Late one night in the fall of 2013, I stepped outside my rural home and heard something I've never heard before. I nearly jumped out of my boots. It was a howl—loud…
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