For the love of . . .

One of my sons told me that my message needed to be more directly to the point with as few words as possible. I think this will work now. Please don’t feed coyotes. Please spread the word.

7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. MelindaH
    Aug 21, 2021 @ 23:56:53



  2. Hilary Cole
    Aug 22, 2021 @ 02:06:03

    Definitely shouldn’t feed them, for the protection of the animal ….

    Hilary Cole 😊


  3. Jo Thompson
    Aug 22, 2021 @ 12:03:23

    What I’ve learned (and continue to be reminded of) is that the general population’s attention span is basically a nanosecond. So yes! Short and to the point. You nailed it.


  4. Lisa Febre
    Aug 22, 2021 @ 18:34:55

    Well said!!


  5. James B. Mense
    Aug 22, 2021 @ 22:14:42

    I would expand this message to include all wildlife. Here is my experience with feeding deer through a particfularly hard winter in northwest Colorado.
    I observed the deer that came to the feeder one winter. A very dominant doe and presumably her previous offspring and recent fawns would come and eat all the food. She would prevent other deer from getting any of the feed by rearing up on her hind legs and pawing (hoofing?) the air. When they had left, I would refill the feeder. Guess who came back and ate all the feed? Yep. Same deer. I would fill the feeder 3 times each night and she would always return. She even drove off a rather large 4 point buck!
    Conclusion: Only the dominant, healthy deer benefitted from supplemental feeding.
    Deer are not good at sharing. :-)


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