Fine Turgrass Management

Fine Turgrass Management

Steve Cook, CGCS, MG - Director of Agronomy

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Coyotes are frequent visitors to the property, particularly on the South Course. We have seen them as recently as December 20th.

These are probably Eastern Coyotes that adapt easily to urban environments. They typically run 30 - 50 pounds and 4 - 5 feet in length. Their diet is mostly small rodents like rabbits and mice but will also feed on larger animals like raccoons and even small (under 30 pounds) dogs.

Some coyotes living in suburbia have lost their fear of people. If you have seen them around the back yard make sure to keep garbage cans tightly sealed and spilled bird seed removed as they will feed on both. And do not feed pets outside.

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