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"coyote" Discussed on The Wild
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"Like, why wouldn't they have wanted Shane Doane to have a more substantive and active presence in that inner circle of hockey operations? They always he's iconic as a coyote. I understand that, but they always seem to kind of keep them on the on the outside. It doesn't make any sense to me. I want you to go back and rewind the tape. And you said, what's going on in Arizona? And I want you to answer your own question. I don't know. Yeah. Like, I don't I don't have you asked it. You have to answer it. Oh, I don't. You're a fan of Shane Doane, though, right? You think that's a good fit in Toronto? Yeah, I am, because it's it's been a really underrated or underappreciated, maybe is the right word, climbed through management for him. Yeah, it's not like he's he's been out, you know, not doing anything. He's been with a couple of hockey Canada management teams at the worlds. He's, you know, built some relationships through the game. He's a very popular guy. And not that that not that being popular really matters. Except as you build your way through management, you start to hear things from other teams because you know more people. Right. And being an assistant, which is what he is, I think his role. What was his title? It was an assistant GM. It was an assistant to the manager, something like that. It makes me think it's not an everyday in Toronto role. OK. And that's that's what I took from it anyway. And he's I a really he's a really good person. He really is. Not many people run across Shane Donahue and don't come away and go, geez, that's a really nice guy. Those are your headlines. Our interviews on Ray & Driggs this year brought to you by our good friends at Canadian Club Whiskey who ask, are you over beer? Why not try a CC ginger ale? It's mixed and ready in a can when you're watching the playoffs, unless you're in the Ferraro household and Matt and Landon are around.
"coyote" Discussed on The Wild
"Or just kind of a pile. They're eating cherries. It's just kind of a, I'm going to use the word spook. It's best described that. People call you the scat lady yet. I've gotten doctor poop ologist. That's one. Usually coyote lady. Usually not scat lady. Okay. I don't know which I prefer. The key thing here is that coyotes are opportunistic when it comes to food, meaning they'll eat just about anything they can find. Sam tells me it's a common misconception that coyotes are only meat eaters. And really, they're huge omnivores, just like our dogs. We feed our dogs. Dog food, which is a combination of, you know, usually some sort of grain and meat and other vegetables. So coyotes are the same way. They'll eat pretty much anything that they can get their mouths on. But a lot of that is fruit. Sam has found some pretty curious contents in some of the coyote scat that she's analyzed, like chocolate, and even cannabis. This ability to eat whatever, whenever it's part of the reason coyotes have done so well in urban environments. Coyotes are really good. I kind of making use of human dominated systems. They're just really adaptable. We don't exactly know when coyotes kind of first arrived in Seattle, but they've definitely been here for quite a while. But it's not just Seattle. Coyotes have been on a march to take over pretty much all of North America. Coyotes know how to adapt to multiple environmental conditions, settings, climates, and differences in human densities. Chrishell tells me that coyotes weren't always the city slickers they are today. And it's extraordinary how they've been able to expand their natal range from what was the great plains out to many, many reaches of the continental U.S. before European settlers came to America coyotes were mostly in the wide open plains of the Midwest, grassland, open spaces, ideal for running down prey, just like your dog at home loves to chase down a ball. So in that range, that was the breadbasket for coyotes. And then all of a sudden, in about the last 250 years, they have moved to either ends of the continental U.S., up through to Canada and have established themselves in Central America as well. So they don't just stay in grasslands anymore. Many of the coyotes ancient canid cousins followed land bridges to other continents, but the coyote stayed. For the last million years or so, these coyotes have developed into North American specialists. And while other large mammals have been on the decline, the coyote seems to have cornered the market on population growth Chris tells me it's only a matter of time before coyotes even make their way into South America, a place they have never been. There are a few things that have enabled this widespread expansion. First, we killed off almost all the wolves. Wolves and coyotes are cousins that don't really get along. These two canid species were competing for similar resources. But the bigger, more dominant wolves kept the coyotes out of the wolves territory. So walls were oftentimes if they see a coyote, they will chase it out of its territory or kill it. And that's oftentimes to save resources to essentially conserve the same number or type of resources that the two individual organisms eat. In other words, if you're a wolf, the coyote is your competitor and has to be eliminated. But as white settlers moved west, they practically eradicated wolves, and this created a vacuum for the coyotes to fill. The coyotes were basically free to move into terrain that wolves would have kept them from entering before. Mountain lions were also widely exterminated, which left their niche for the coyote to exploit two. And the other main factor in the coyote's success was landscape conversion. European settlement meant that a lot of dense forest land which is not ideal for coyotes was converted into open agricultural land and urban developments, perfect for coyotes and the diversity of prey they enjoy. The rodents think rabbits and the like. And that would help a ton for coyotes in their diet. So it was kind of this dual exercise of wolves weren't around anymore, which left a lot of space for coyotes, and then now all of a sudden these coyotes have more food resources as a function of land cover change. Who wouldn't take over the continent with all that? How are your feet right? That's like bingo. If you're a coyote, are you thinking, okay, this is the best possible world of these that has just opened up to me here is the new frontier for them, right? In every direction really. Yeah, and we like to joke that coyotes when they came in to more human dominated environments was essentially like them walking into a country kitchen buffet. They could choose a whole bunch of different things that they would love to eat, right? Okay, maybe you can get the natural prey items. Get the small mice or get the Norway rats, but then you also could dine on berries. You also could dine on, say, human food subsidies, whether it's dog food that's left out by people or trash that maybe was left on the floor. And anything in between. So pretty good look for the coyote. Coyotes just have a crazy ability to adapt to new environments. There's no way a cougar or a grizzly bear could just wander in and adjust to city life. Chris attributes the coyote's success in cities to what he calls the Goldilocks effect. They're not too big to the point where if they're seen by people, they raise alarm for the entirety of a city, take, for instance, any mountain lion moving through any city, a loan balance would be going off while life officials would be called in to remove or kill a mountain lion in a major city. But coyotes fit this niche where they are just big enough to assume the apex predator role inside of cities. So they don't get out competed by larger carnivores. So you know what I'm saying? So they're just a Goldilocks. Yeah, exactly. That's the Goldilocks effect. They're just small enough to not be perceived as a tremendous threat to the entire community. But they're just large enough to not be bullied out of their ecological niche by other carnivores. So, we know that coyotes can adapt. They are happily making cities like Chicago, LA, and Seattle home. But now, Sam crailing research is revealing something else. She's looking at way more than just what coyotes are eating. She's digging deep into their DNA too. And with that, we can tell a whole bunch of information about who they are, how related are they to each other? Are they genetically what we'd say like kind of healthy are we seeing good gene flow across the city? Good gene flow would mean good genetic diversity, say from one city park to another. This genetic diversity helps keep a coyote population strong to help them avoid disease and to adapt to changes over time. Some study looks at how genes are flowing throughout the city and how movement and reproduction might be affected by things like highways or other city infrastructure. Seattle is kind of a special case where we're surrounded by water and that's kind of adds another interesting element. I kind of have a theory that urban areas act as kind of pseudo island genetically, so we expect to see limited new individuals coming into the city and limited kind of gene flow around the city. Sam is expecting to find that these urban populations of coyotes in Seattle show reduced gene flow and genetic diversity. And that the very DNA of these coyotes will start to change over time. So theoretically in an urban area, we could have urban coyotes as kind of like a different group than non urban coyotes. In fact, a recent study, similar to Sam's, but in California, found just that. The DNA of coyotes in Los Angeles is distinct from their country cousins. There isn't really evidence yet that this means they're adapting into a new species, but it does signal to their elements of the urban landscape that Alta coyote population dynamics. Overall, Simon is hoping that her research into coyote dyer and genetics will reshape the predominantly negative view the public has of these canids. Do you think that wild animals belong in our cities? So this might go against your whole podcast title. But I don't believe in wilderness. I know. So I think wilderness is kind of a dichotomy that doesn't necessarily exist. So it kind of inherently says things are wild or not wild. Things are animal or human, wherein I kind of view urbanization in cities as kind of this great confluence of both. Nothing in this world is untouched by human hands. Sam tells me it's time we start viewing our cities as wild places. They are functioning ecosystems in and of themselves. And I think that that's kind of a narrative that maybe a lot of people don't explore. Well, let's explore that. Right after the break. I know we have a lot of young listeners of the wild and I love that because I really believe in science education. So I wanted to tell you about brains on. It's an award winning science podcast for curious kids and adults. They answer fascinating questions like how do birds communicate and to dogs know they are dogs. And their host in two live shows in Portland and Seattle, June 17th and 18th. The show will feature singing, dancing, science, and games with kids in the audience. You can learn more about brains on and their upcoming live shows at brains on dot org slash events. Early one evening a few weeks ago, I made this recording. Two coyotes from a pack that lived just down the hill from me. I live in a pretty rural area on the edge of the city of Bellingham. We have bears and cougars passing through too, so it's wild. But it's not wilderness, and it's not the city either. It's on the spectrum somewhere in between. One thing was very clear to me during my conversation with Chris shell over zoom. He put no limits on his definition of wilderness. It means everything to him, literally. I have wilderness behind my head as we are on this call with plants, just in front of the window pane. Wilderness to me can mean something as small as a small plot of grass. A piece of wood for fire. Or it can mean a small vacant lot. Because wilderness isn't something that's separate from us. That even includes the gray infrastructure of our cities, causeways, skyscrapers, sidewalks, even in those cracks. You start to see things grow out of the cracks. And it's an important reminder that life is all around us in wilderness is all around us. If you just take the time to look for it. So much so that we start to descend our ourselves as a species and recenter everything around us, understanding that the same atoms that create us are in fact the same atoms that create the things that we see across the way. I love that reminder for all of us that we are made up of the very same substances all natural things around us. That's amazing as a connector, isn't it? It's a really good place to start. If that's your foundation, we should be saying that to kids in kindergarten as we're teaching them ecology in kindergarten, right? You know where that's their understanding of the world around them, that it's just made of the same space dust as you are. And to be fair, my 6 and my four year old have really helped me come back to that narrative because they see nature with fresh eyes. They aren't shackled by the traditional notions of what ecology should be. They are growing up in an urban environment where a college just is. And imagine that, if a college just is from jump street from when you are young, then everything around you is ecology. Just what is ecology? In this context ecology at its base level is a study of organisms in relationship to other organisms and organisms to their environment. And in that definition, why would the city not be something we study? Because we are interacting with each other, interacting with other non human organisms and interacting with our environment. Hints urban ecology. It's the same thing. We just do it in a different system. As the coyotes are expanding the notion of what their home can be, Chris is expanding the ideas of ecology. And what we include in our conversations around communities and cities. But Chris didn't always think this way. He told me he grew up with a mind for science, but took the long road to find his calling with urban coyotes. But I'll say, like, many of the folks that may be listening to this and are people of color and interested in wildlife sciences when I was growing up as an undergrad. And a graduate student kind of being academically raised a lot of what I was thinking about in science was medicine. He had a family in the medical field, so it seemed like the obvious choice. He enjoyed studying the brain and behavior, and set his sights on becoming a neurosurgeon. Of course, as. As a high schooler, you don't know. You don't know that that's the hardest level of the medical profession to achieve, but whatever. I said, fine, we'll go with it. As Chris puts it, he tried for a hot minute to volunteer at hospitals during his undergrad. But quickly realized that Madison was not for him. But in the summer of his sophomore year, he went to the Dominican Republic for an immersive environmental science program to study tarantulas. After that he was hooked on environmental studies. Then 15 years ago came grad school and time to choose a specialty. Remember the coyote in the cooler? During his grad school interview at the University of Chicago. There were about ten different professors that came up to me and said, hey, had you heard about this quiznos coyote? You should really take a look into this, Chris. I think you're going to like this quiznos coyote story. And that's when I went down the rabbit hole, right? Or the coyote did. Wow, okay. God, that video, that one coyote, if it knew, the effect that it's had on your life, saved us from another darn brain surgeon, you know? Yeah, it was one of those inflection points, right? That coyote in a cooler moment marked the beginning of a long relationship with this species for Chris. He told me he admires their flexibility and how they persist in a myriad of environments, even where ecosystems don't look healthy enough to support them. What would you say to someone who says coyotes don't belong here? I'll say that the question of whether or not coyotes belong here doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. They're here. They're not going anywhere. So we need to be able to build creative, imaginative, proactive strategies that allow us to coexist with these species. And it would be a crying shame if we didn't figure this out because having coyotes in the city is a great benefit. Coyotes perform a lot of ecosystem services for us in cities. They help to keep down the rabbit population that might want to eat the carrots in your garden. And the rats that might otherwise try to live in your basement. Chris tells me this can be a mutually beneficial relationship. We might as well just keep it going and figure out ways for us to change our behavior in the same vein as us figuring out ways to change their behavior. In other words, when we think about our cities, we need to think of them as functioning ecosystems. It goes beyond just the coyote. Chris says, we are all interconnected, and how we decide to use the land has an impact from where we put roads, construct buildings, and even what we planned in our own yards. So completely disregarding our part in this equation, essentially is missing the entire link of how we exist on this planet in our part of this planet. And why that's criminal is because for a long time. We have thought of ourselves as a species separate from nature, which is part of the reason why up until the 1990s, the majority of ecological research was outside of cities. The relationship that Chris has developed with coyotes runs deep. Beyond the science. He tells me he has a kind of kinship with them. Seeing coyotes living in these urban environments similar to the black experience in America and how essentially coyotes have made lemonade out of lemons, which is very analogous to the ways in which black people and black community has created solutions really creating something out of nothing. Coyotes are oftentimes in cities and love by many, but hated by a lot. So for instance, many of the folks that have cats and have their pets that are injured or killed by a coyote attack will instantly jump to vilify the entire coyote population or all coyotes generally and say that they need to be eradicated, that they're vermin, that they're pests. And that stereotyping is also something that the black community faces day in and day out. And yet, finding a way to persist through all of that chaos across many different cities, environments, institutions, right is akin to what it's like to be black in America. Chris now heads up his own research lab at the University of California Berkeley, with a laser focus on the intersection of society, ecology, and evolution. To try and understand how coyotes and other species are rapidly adapting to life in cities. And my lab is predominantly black, queer, femme, and we have these conversations quite extensively because of the fact that we we see a lot of what we love about our people, our community, ourselves, our ancestors, imbued in this species. I only have half of your story too, you know, I can't relate to the things that you relate to as a person of color and that whole element to it is just something I want to understand and lean into and learn more about and know about, you know, like all of us should be doing. Especially when it comes to this, like you say, this all inclusive science called ecology, right? Right. And that's the way it should be. All inclusive, right? Chris says, it's not only a parallel story between coyotes and underrepresented members of society. It's essential to have these views in ecology, especially when it comes to urban ecology. Because for so long, the impact that systemic racism and oppression have had on nature and wildlife in cities has been invisible. Chris points to redlining as an example. Redlining was a discriminatory practice the U.S. government used in the 1930s to help mortgage landers determine areas considered risky for investment. Color coded maps drew red lines around black and immigrant neighborhoods. Suppressing home loans and development in those areas. And Chris research sees that reflected in the green spaces that existed, then and now. So if we just take, for instance, the parks that exist within red line neighborhoods. There are fewer parks, the parks are smaller, and they have less plant diversity. You may be asking, okay, well, why is that important? Well, if they have less plant diversity, that means that they can host less wildlife diversity. That means there will be fewer wildlife species in those areas. Chris tells me that this is impacted the relationship that people in these communities have when it comes to the wildlife around them. You can imagine, for many of the communities of color, many of the communities I've been in and interacted with and I'm a part of, they may see wildlife, right? They may see rodents, raccoons, other species like pigeons, as pests because they're causing considerable damage and us not giving any credence to their experiences and invalidating their perspectives is essentially just reifying the maps that were created over 60 years ago. These race based red line maps were abolished in the 1960s, but the effects of that housing segregation created inequalities that we still see today. Take air pollution, for example. Residents of Seattle's South Park neighborhood will live 8 years less on average, and the rest of the city. These areas where redlining held back family wealth and urban development have higher rates of cancer, higher rates of asthma, preterm births, less tree Canopy cover, less nature. Chris calls these negative factors, disturbances. So take all of those disturbances together in any urban ecologist, any wildlife ecologist will quickly realize, oh, all of these disturbances are concentrated in one area of a city of course we're not going to be able to see wildlife, be able to establish themselves in those areas. Because they're trying to deal with just living in the city generally. And in all of a sudden, in that one hotspot of the city, there are all of these disturbances all at once. Are you able to bring your experiences as a black man and being part of the black community? Do you have the opportunity to bring what you've just told me? Bring people into the fold of coyotes for the reasons you've just explained, is it does it get that direct? Do you have the opportunity to present that to youth in the black community, for example, as a species that they might be interested in or like you in some ways have a kinship with, like you said? Right. I think just being able to take the science that I have learned, and predominantly white spaces, and being able to share that with my family and friends back at home has been some of the most profound and I call it work, but really it hasn't been work. It's been me sharing my life with the people I grew up with, the people I'm in community with, Chris had an experience with his own family that shows how the knowledge he's bringing back helps his community. His mother lives in LA, and one morning she let her small dog out into the backyard to go for a pee. She carried on getting ready to go to work. Turned around, and right there was a coyote. On top of the cinder block fence in her backyard. And the coyote was eyeing the dog as if to say, oh, you're a loan. So, of course, my mom's dog makes a lot of noise. My mom runs outside and she had told me that she raised herself up, made a lot of noise, and walked straight towards a coyote. She would have never done that in the past. And she's told me as much. His mom scared the coyote away by being dominant. It's called hazing or reversive conditioning. Teaching the coyote, making it back away. So my mom effectively hazed a coyote and then she proceeded to tell me I would have never known to do that. If you weren't doing this work, Chris. So that made me just take a minute to think about even in those small little moments that I feel like I'm making a difference in a way that allows for people in my community specifically my family to coexist with wildlife. And here's the kicker to all of this, right? With climate change with increasing, say, drought, wildfires, flooding, there are a lot of wildlife species that are going to start interacting with people more and more frequently. So having these conversations is necessary. Van Gogh. There we go. Beautiful. Freddie fresh too. Yeah, this is actually quite nice. Back on the front line in the city park with Chris protege, Sam creeling. We find one more coyote scout for her genetic sampling study. She slowly figuring out the puzzle of the urban coyote as these creatures reshape themselves for city life in Seattle. There's also something to be said for like how adaptive coyotes are and how well they're able to kind of cope with change. Coyotes are kind of a mirror to ourselves. So we can kind of look at the advances that coyotes make and kind of understand ourselves. As well. And for the coyote, they'll continue to expand and adapt. They're pretty good at it. After all, they've been doing it for a million years. For the rest of us, it's about recognizing the impact we have on our natural world, whether it's outside or inside of the city. There is no place on this planet that is not touched by people. So if we disregard that part of the equation, we will almost always fail. It makes me think about the future and how our understanding of urban wildlife might be needed even more in the future. It's almost a certainty that urbanization and urban development is going to continue. It's almost a certainty that the human population is also going to continue to grow. And because of those realities, it's important for us to acknowledge and recognize the fact that many wildlife species are going to have to grapple with interacting with us. Along the way, we might even be able to learn from the coyote. It's a paradigm shift that we face in our relationship with nature. Where every species is valued as part of an ecosystem, an absolutely including those that find themselves making a life in the urban parts of our planet. Building better future cities that will be more hospitable to both people and wildlife. We may not get to see it, Chris, right? You and I, boomers, gen xers, millennials, Gen Z ears, we may not see that. We may not see the fruits of our labor, and yet we have to work hard in order to prepare our kids and our kids kids for future that's going to look very different, but for giving them the same flexibility that that coyote has to adapt to whatever is next. Knowing full well that part of our mission is to make sure that we help continue to reconnect them back to the planet. So we can start healing the planet. So we can start again healing ourselves.
"coyote" Discussed on The Wild
"Deep in the wilderness to deep downtown in our cities from ca UW, in Seattle, I'm Chris Morgan. Welcome to the wild. You think that's one scout? Oh, it's one sky, yeah. They can be huge. It's a massive quantity. Yeah, they are not small by any means. Oh yeah, that's wet. That's great. I'm out with Sam creeling. She's doing a PhD under the guidance of Chris shell. Sam runs a research project called the Seattle coyote study. She scoops along very soggy piece
"coyote" Discussed on The Wild
"Is it real? Oh yes, it is a wild coyote in the heart of the city. Anything could happen on the streets of Chicago. Not exactly where you might expect to find a coyote. Just before 2 o'clock employees at this downtown quiznos say the coyote simply walked in and why not the front door was open. Right into a fast food restaurant full of people, an event so rare it made the evening news. And you went around to try to jump over the soda cooler and just fall back in. And he installed himself there. For one hour, the coyote sat in the soda cooler at times it looked like he was sleeping, all the while attracting a large crowd of onlookers, people armed with cell phones and cameras. So it's not every day that you see a wild animal, essentially, say, this will do, this is part of my territory too. This is professor Chris shell, a researcher who focuses on urban wildlife. That is, that is very aberrant behavior for those of y'all listening to this podcast. That's not normal. So to have that happen in downtown Chicago was mind buckling. Why did the coyote walk into the quiznos? How was it so tolerant of people? It's not normal for a wild animal to be less than 6 feet away from a human without a care, or questions that Chris has been asking as part of his work as an urban ecologist. Because most people thought that cities were inhospitable that they couldn't foster any life. And what we're finding is that no, in fact, life this is a Jack O blue line, finds a way, right? Life is finding a way in cities so much so that it is subverting the ways in which we thought about nature. It is resulting in a paradigm shift for how we understand our role in this entire process. Sometimes you start to think about a story that you want to tell, but the story itself takes you to unexpected places. In this case, to some of the biggest questions
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"AP sports and Mike Reeves, there was a ten game slate in the NBA that northwest to visually the nuggets were in Washington to meet the wizards, Craig heist, has the story. Nikola Jokić scored 31 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as the nuggets beat the wizards one 18 to one O four, the nuggets outscored the wizard's 39 to 16 in the third quarter while hitting 15 three pointers on the night. Denver finished up a three and two road trip after surviving a four game losing streak. Jokic thinks they've turned the corner. Have a team, I think. Bedroom, let's say like that. And hopefully it's done for us. And we survived. The warriors win just their 9th road game of the season knocking off Dallas one 27 one 25. Jonathan kamino scores 22 points. John morant returned from his suspension to score 17 points off the bench in the grizzlies one 31 25 win over the rockets while Milwaukee improves on their league best record with a one 30 94 win over San Antonio, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 31 points other winners or the heat pacers 76ers Timberwolves trailblazers and Lakers, Paul George is expected to miss two to three weeks for the clippers with a right knee sprain. Just two games in the NHL, but one had playoff implications for both teams, correspondent Bruce Morton. The penguin snapped a four game losing streak with a resounding 5 to two win at Colorado. Jeff Carter led the way with two goals. That's a big game for us. And standing defending cup champions and team that's been rolling pretty good. So this is a good confidence boost for us and keep going. Carter referenced a 6 game Colorado win streak, which also came to an end. The oilers Connor McDavid nets his 60th goal of the season in overtime to defeat the coyotes in NFL to use the jet signed wide receiver Nicole Hardman to a one year deal according to a person with knowledge of the contract. They also trade wide receiver Elijah Moore to Cleveland for the 42nd pick in this year's draft. I'm Mike Reeves AP sports.
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Coyotes beat Blackhawks 4-2, push points streak to 8
"A hat trick and Connor McDavid collected three points as the oilers outscored the kraken 6 four. Kane notched his second three goal game of the season, capping it on an odd man rush midway through the third period. McDavid provided a goal and two assists, giving him a league high 134 points this season. He also tops the NHL with 59 goals. Leon draisaitl has 104 points after setting up three scores. Vince Dunn ran his point streak to 12 games, but the kraken loss for the 6th time in their last 7 home games
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Hunter who killed pet dogs says he thought they were coyotes
"A New York man is charged with killing two pet dogs, I'm Lisa dwyer, a hunter who told authorities that he killed and skinned what he thought were too coyotes, but later discovered that they were a Connecticut family's pet German shepherds has been criminally charged. During a hearing Michael konchak said that he is ashamed of what he did, a judge rejected contracts request for probation program that could have resulted in charges being erased. Authorities say contract killed the dogs with a crossbow on November 18th after the animals escaped from their owner's yard in richfield, Connecticut, the families of the dogs Lebanon and simo got out because of fence was damaged, possibly by a bear, the hunting and trapping of coyotes is legal in Connecticut. I'm Lisa dwyer
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Caller: The U.S. Finances Our Enemy, China
"On my mind is that I agree Trump, but for one thing, he challenged the status quo. You know, when I was growing up, we always talked about the bureaucracy. We always talking about the high tier that it takes so long to do nothing. And that's what one of the things that Donald Trump said what that where it took so long to do nothing. And the American people, I don't care where you live, you can live in coyote via the north of South America. A lot of Americans just low information. When you don't understand that the communists, what I was growing up took civics and a lot of a lot of things about the communists, man, you were the one to have no better that you know stay next though, there was a communist, but now it's seen that the communists had brainwashed these people because of some cheap, some cheap thing. You go to cape boden and toggle wherever you can go get it from where they the only way to Chinese has been able to be sick because they had slaves. They had to own slaves. They didn't have to go to Africa wherever they had their own with 1.5 billion people. They didn't have to go nowhere. And we got all excited about this cheap crap that comes here. And we run and bring our neck to back, but we have financed an enemy that if you read about the Communist Party, you read about monster, you read about all these quacks. That they didn't even feed their kid they own people that went along with the foolishness. James, let me tell you something. China, China owns this country, and sooner or later, they're going to become, they're going to be coming with their hand out saying it's time to pay the piper. And I really fear that day, but right now you're right, the communist people don't understand they don't seem to remember and certainly I don't think they teach about the Cold War and the atrocities of the communist and public school, which is why
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China suspends visas for South Koreans in virus retaliation
"Beijing says no visas for South Koreans in a virus retaliation. China's suspending issuing visas for South Koreans to come to the country for tourism or business. In apparent retaliation for COVID-19 related requirements imposed by South Korea on Chinese travelers, Japan's coyote news service says the ban would also affect Japanese travelers. China has threatened to retaliate against countries that require travelers from China to show a negative test result for COVID-19 taken
Bill Melugin: 5-Year-Old & 6-Year-Old Girls Were Raped by Smugglers
"When I interviewed Bill malusi last night on life liberty and Levin were pulling the clip Well let's play it He said this Go Let me ask you this Bill illusion Do we know how many people have died on the border or near the border since Joe Biden has been president Yes or no We don't have an exact number I know that fox's Griff Jenkins obtained a number from DHS a few days ago and I believe that number was over 550 this year I don't know what the 2021 numbers were but I believe there have been more than 550 migrant deaths so far in fiscal year 2022 We do know the numbers are essentially the highest they've ever been Do we know how many women have been raped We don't but I can tell you a horrific story late last year Our team and I we were in the Rio Grande valley We were in la Jolla Texas We were just patrolling like we normally do And we came across a law enforcement scene There was migrants on the ground police an ambulance and we got out to shoot some video and border patrol asked us to really stay back and they seemed more flustered than normal So we realized something was going on We saw these two little girls on the ground And we later found out that they were being treated by an EMT We later found out they were I think 5 or 6 years old each and they had just been both of them had been raped by a cartel coyote or a smuggler It was horrific So I do know that happened for sure That two girls 5 or 6 years old were raped By a smuggler Or a operative for the cartels Our borders wide open And this is something Joe Biden can actually do something about
AP News Radio
Canadiens take Juraj Slafkovsky with top pick in NHL draft
"The Montreal Canadiens are hosting the NHL draft and they made a splash in the first round Thursday night picking Slovakian forward you rise lapkowski first overall over top seeded prospect Shane Wright Another Slovakian player was taken the New Jersey Devils elected defenseman Shimon Nimitz top American prospect in this year's draft Logan Cooley of Pittsburgh was selected third overall by the Arizona coyotes The U.S. national development program forward piled up 36 points in 24 games this season LA Larry Vieira Montreal
Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"coyote" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"They want to make sure that it's right all in the same place and be so good at that job. Be terrible at that job. I complain about it a lot. But that's also why nobody hired me to do this job. I just need to know how we can submit story to hallmark. Because i only have information. Oh you do. Let's do it when you have an idea. Yeah i have an idea. I think it would work my lasting. What i wish for a better story line. I don't know if i'm concerned about dylan. And his son dylan and page page in her family. The future of coyote creek in page pages want for more creating the best christmas party. Charlotte the squirrel. I don't know. I don't know i know that i've actually because i've never heard of a marm mutt before or whatever it's called It just says it's a lot like a large ground squirrel so it's a squirrel no. I didn't know who to care about either. I didn't know who what what was. I was the resolution. I don't know what was the problem. I don't and then here's my final lasting. Why was page pissed off at dylan and not her parents know girl. You got it all wrong. Yes and why didn't he say to her. Maybe he did. I told them to tell you. I went to them and told them i couldn't do this anymore. This wasn't fair heated and tell her the big family secret when it wasn't his job. I guess yeah hate when and they say we tried to tell you you guys just say actually no. We need to talk about this. This is how you tell somebody something. You don't get distracted by the cute boy and leave in the middle of the conversation because it was very clear they say well actually. That's not what we're going to say. And then she runs away. Wouldn't you be curious what they're thing that they're big discussion. They wanted to have with you was. I'd be like tell me now. Brian here gotta go guys so dumb. Two more things. I wished for no more fireworks thank you. Why don't you fireworks on christmas eve. Why magical okay. I just think it's neat because it's not expected you expect fireworks in the summertime. We watched so many christmas movies last year with fireworks and you dog on all of them. I don't even remember you guys. I need fireworks here the last thing that i wished for. Why are we redesigning the hotel. It is very clearly not rundown. Do you want to expand it. Sure take the current style and make it bigger. Build out the spa. Whatever you're going to do but it doesn't need this complete redesign right. Did you see that folks. Yeah i have few two of my. We've already discussed but Like the gilmore. Girls page and quinn are terrible. Fate coffee drinkers. Oh i didn't notice in the early scene. They're walking through town. It's the first time the two of them are together and they're both drinking coffee. Cups are very obviously empty. Jin-ll perish drinks several times from her empty cup. And why can't they have water in their cups. Right my not For my digitally that there was a couple of them. I have. there's one scene page dylan or walking down the city sri and they're like in their winter coats and in the background very small. You can see someone crossing the street and their rain shorts and flip flops and there were some background actors like in coats but like you there in super tight me and i was like wearing shorts. Yeah it was pretty funny..
Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"coyote" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"Yeah in august and september so it was probably warm ray in vancouver. I'm guessing i'm gonna add this into news and notes here. We need to talk about cameron. Bancroft again cam. Bancroft played rick parker pages dad in this movie and for a hot minute i was like how is this guy old enough to play pages. Dad well i did. Some looking cameron bancroft who played joe bradley. Beverly hills nine. Oh two one oh is fifty four years old in real life and as her dad yes. She's thirty three so yeah age wise. He could have had a child. That twenty-one sure okay fine but this dudes character was acting like he was ready for a spot at an assisted living facility. He was acting like he was eighty five years old ready to retire. I mean what's retirement age in california fifty five. I don't know. is there a retirement age. I don't know i thought there was. He was ready to retire from coyote creek in which fine but like he's like we're going to sail off into the sunset or whatever i was like what the fuck like he was. Joe bradley on beverly hills nine two and my husband. And i had this full conversation about okay. Fine beverly hills was out thirty years ago. Sanish right he..
Deck The Hallmark
"coyote" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Welcome back everybody. We're talking about coyote creek christmas and instead of this. Just play the christmas at the plaza episode where we rave about the whole movie and how wonderful it is. Because i feel like that's a pavee joint and we just it was knocked. It's great to great movie. You think maybe we should do that. Or maybe put it in the show notes to go. Listen to lincoln in the show notes. Maybe sure Coyote creek christmas wait. What's panda at the start of the movie. She brings in coffee and she's gotten the coffee fresh early in the morning as we mentioned and somehow she gives it to her co worker. And it's already cold in the thermo insulated cup. What you don't know is. She walked ten miles uphill both ways. It's gotta be gotta be The nephew is just left. Is pbs noah and. Why would you call them. The nephew is always a nephew to check. You did that just to get jack bailey. Back on the scene. I love jack. The nephew is just left. He's just left within the party. They have a party at the very just not convinced the way paying to watch. These movies is how anyone else that speaks. A language watches them. I stand by every it'd be like so the scene where the sun leaves the room in that big. And you're like the nephew is just pay attention. A new guys often not else left she by wrong about any of those things. I'm not sure it was fu-. I'm not sure that either party left to to the two boys older brothers jack in two older brothers. They leave the boy at the party older to. There's the only to do. They have other brothers dude. I have been confirmed. Here's what i want. I want double deckers for minus on december tenth. I'm on on air. Live asked panda. What the plot of coyote. Christmas and just see what he comes up with. 'cause right now. He says the nephew just left and the two older. What sorry keep going. No one more. What was the way that. Why are they live in the little boy. Okay great you should have to go. Have a big boy. this is compensated. Lead the little boy in party especially when ryan baby hold his hand and every other scene he does hold his ever doesn't matter sustain go ahead. I know i'm still playing. That's why i'll absolutely. It's on the tree. The tree they say seven to. Why are you doing this. I have like three wait wants. I pointed this out onscreen. I want to talk about the base while you bring it up. Because i have you and i are going to disagree on this. You go ahead and you mention it. Don't know what time it's a big base boy. okay now. few is just left. The nephews just left the base of the tree is not six feet. Tall is huge. It's not six feet tall. Could be no. We don't know. She says she's going to get a seven and a half way tree and then all of a sudden gulliver's travels they're all like this little down the at the bottom. There's tree is chugging giant. there's like thirteen feet a tree. And they're all like she says. I gotta go pick up the perfect tree which is exactly seven has feet tall and they put the tree up and the trees at least double that they are all well short of that tree they have to get a ladder out to put a topper on this thing a full ladder to put a top on this tree. What you don't know as the tree is seven feet. They shot this where they shot elf. And you know how they did like the will ferrell like in this. It's just it's just. I might big. It's a big base of big base. I'm all about that. Bass no treble. No trump non not not a one final thing is we'll will say that doesn't sound nearly as good as you think. Does what no trauma need a. You need a little trouble. We need a little christmas minister Finally he's driving around with the light on the car. And i'm pretty sure that's dangerous appreciate. Here's the thing. I don't know if you've you've had to experience this yet. 'cause you when cars came out every dad would always tell their kids. Oh yeah hey turn that light back or we're gonna get a rec. I honestly thought it was life or death. I i'd like. I gotta find my toil on the ground but as we have to wear seatbelts back in the day. But i know this. I got to be quick because my dad would immediately be like. Hey turn turn turn off. I can't. I can't see can't see if you've ever driven a car with one of the dome lights on. It's totally fun. No one's getting in iraq. You can see just fine. I don't know the condition that you'd have to be or the car would have to be in for that matter. Maybe lights have changed since back. Then you think so. Well i mean i. I've driven some old cars in my day. And i've never wants at all. It doesn't affect how you seen front of you. I i think it's all Cycle reverse boy. You think. I said you're going to get in a wreck because he can't see the cars note. I think it constantly makes you think that there's someone right behind you because you're feeling the heat that no because you kind of see li- some light in peripheral if you're staring this way your peripheral behind you know i'm talking about in the mir light the light and you the cars behind you as well i just i. It's just to live that propagate. I think that there is some truth but not true. So either way we're in agreement that if they continue with that light on their going to die i we also agree that as we're going to keep that going yes not turn the other day and i looked and i said no. Did you swerve a little to make you. I said i said. I can't see and i don't know why i said it. Because i could saw casey. My kids will hit. It will make me irrationally upset yelling. But i'm like oh man we gotta get that light off right know. Get make the battery batteries. Could of course right now is to put those lights back there. If if it is as big a hazard as dad's hey it is you know they should not put lights back there. I don't like it though. I'm gonna get a recipe film comfortably antsy. I can't see can't see blind. michael. Says i don't like the interior light own agreement. Question is why. But but why don't i like mine isn't because our data kit but the idea that my my dad said he couldn't see that's what he would say. But i know other dads. I was in the car and then other.
Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes
"Also katie the arizona. Coyotes haven't exactly been the most stable nhl franchise over the years there's been a bit of a revolving door of owners and the nhl even took control of the team for a while back in two thousand nine after a bankruptcy filing so given all of that. What was the feeling when. Alex murillo became the coyotes new owner in two thousand nineteen or so appealing on a number of levels on new era of arizona. Coyotes hockey began today the nhl. I ever hispanic owner was introduced to the valley and it was heralded as sort of Watershed moment i think for the franchise in the sense. That here could finally be that guy with uber. Deep pockets like he was reported to be a billionaire. And someone that had tied to the latino community what started this is alex enrolling arizona's cowpeas which is a market that is about forty forty two percent down and really showed a commitment to wanting to grow that level of connection with fan base. You spittle to this. But it will stand up delekta akin arizona but luckily latina. It asked us. He has a really interesting. I don't wanna say rags-to-riches tail but someone that really supposedly scrapped. His way to where he is now. His parents fled cuba in the sixties. They came to miami in college. He opened a location for a pizzeria that grew to become a chain. I had this knack for picking up. Visit our broken losing money and turning him around and make them successful. I'm very proud to be a part of the fifty five year. Old morello owns a chain of pizza restaurants in l. a. casino on the las vegas strip a construction company as well as tv and radio stations. No doubt his will in history of success. Some major win for the coyotes.
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Rod would at gmail.com jr od w. o. d. g. mail dot com and any questions comments getting ready for the upcoming trapping season. Love to hear from you now. Time for the cots bros. Message of the week deal of the week. It's another deal guys. Enter the code bait ten be. Ait the number ten and get ten percent off all cots brothers bates until september seventh. So this is a limited time offer ten by ten Ten percent off abates. We just talked about stocking up. This is your opportunity to stock up on costs burs bates they're very very popular They sell a ton of these And it's a great chance to To to get get your base in in a while you're adage throwing a few of those ounce bottles of kyle lured to try also check out their clearances and specials for some huge savings. They've they had several different items. They've they've added to those specials. Recently one of them. I know is they have a they get a bunch of these knives that they're like Once used knives that they re sharpen and sell really cheap. Great to have for the first shed for skinning stuff A bunch of a few other things that you're gonna see some really deep discounts on so check him out. Caught spurs dot com. Thanks gotz bros. Thank you guys and till next time keep on talking trapping keep on thinking chapel will catch you on the next episode..
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"But they don't need to be all these complex formulations that Spent five years breaking down into this form. And it's fifteen different ingredients. And this and that i mean you know there's there's basic things that will attract predators will track coyotes and foxes. You don't wanna use them all you want to. You don't want to use the same thing. Different things are gonna work differently in your area. Just have have a bunch of different things to to try out and go from there so all right Wow i spent the whole episode talking about ler lure in lure recommendations. Didn't even get debate for coyotes. Let's get into that so there are a lot of bates on the market. There that are basically a meat base with several different ingredients that add different attraction and a preservative in there and they're sold usually in like pint containers and in sixteen ounce containers and i've used them and i i'm not really completely sold. I've made my own as well. And i i don't know i mean there's there's a couple of different schools of thought on on cayo trapping and bay. Some people will use one pint container to trap for entire season in. They just use a little tiny bit of Asset other people will use Four or five five gallon pails full of meat. And i kind of fall a little in between that. I'm kind of more towards the the heavy on the meat. Heavy on the bait. So so that's kind of my bias. I'm not sure which is best. I think Both both types of cairo trapping can be very effective. Probably going to be unique to your area. So maybe if you're on location In a place like kansas. Where you've got coyotes or running around like maggots. they're just everywhere and you got location. And you know they're in there. They're on a dead pile outside of a feed lot and they're coming in coming in in just takes a little bit to get them off their path and sniff at something and you caught. Maybe only need a little bit.
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Doesn't go any closer. Why is that while. There's a good chances because The lure was just so overpowering way overdid it and maybe if you dip a tiny little tweak in and stuck that in maybe that would would have done the trick. Or maybe just a milder type of lure or bait so with coyotes. We're going on more than just food. And i don't think. I would never want just one word to trap coyotes with if if i did have to have one loor it'd be oh gorman's wannacry gorman's like long his long distance call which is actually a little mellower and the only reason i would use that is just because i've had when i started trapping i had so much success with that lure and i'm not sure if it had anything to do with that lower or just a lot of coyotes in the area or what or good year but I kind of fell in love with that lured and the guy that taught me to trap was absolutely an o'gorman disciple and swore by that lure as well so so. I'd recommend that if you had to use just one but i would never want to trap kind just one lure and so you're gonna want something that is. That is a food food or curiosity based like a predator or a. Sorry that you want that and you want something that's gonna be gland based or More something that will evoke more territorial response or telecom that another coyote is is here. And so you're gonna want you're gonna wanna food slash general curiosity lower. Maybe one of each are two different types of food curiosity allure. You're in you're gonna wanna glenn lower the earth thing you're gonna want bottle urine and Whether it's your inner fox. Sharon some people. That's all they use urine can be one of the best attractors if it's used properly In the right situation and there's also a place for a long distance. Call type of lure for coyotes. But you just have to use it sparingly and And not not overdo it. So if i was to. This is a case. Where i would probably go to a place where you can buy one ounce bottles leur and i would go to cots bros dot com and check out the baits and lures that they have that that kyle and kellyn put together and you can also get their stuff. You know better if you get it there be you can get it from your other suppliers but they have They have a one eight hundred predator. Call i i have. I'm not completely sold on that one They have talked to dog which is really a really good. Call loor By some ground beaver castor by some kyle glance or or some some fox glance and then maybe maybe try another one of their their kyle lures. That's what i would do. And i just switch it up at at different sets. Try something here something there. And maybe maybe some with the just. A little bit of louis Underside of iraq and a flat set. Maybe maybe do a set with just Escorted urine maybe do one with a big bunch of bait down a deep down dirt hole and mix it up. You wanna have a lot of options For coyotes and hopefully that kind of gives you a few different options to start out with but But again just really a complicated Having a few different things to us is essential..
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"They all. They work well. Chicken works really well for martin. scraps from grouse. Partridge that works really well. Beef has not beef works. but it's i dunno it hasn't done anything spectacular for me I've used it but it just seems to be sort of. I don't know it. I can't say that. I've had excellent results with it. I've had incredible results fish We'll just leave it at that In guys in alaska us fish as well. So if you've watched my youtube videos you'll know a little bit more about some of the success. I had using that But if you want tried and true beaver meets been is the most popular. At least in the northeast. So that's martin. How about coyotes. Oh get interrupt. I just got a text from our friend. Cole porter Just shot a nice. Three hundred bound bore black bear off of his base. I sit of the season. So yeah awesome. He's so now hopefully kohl's going to try to keep bathing and Wants trapping season starts. Maybe he'll get a chance to trap bear. So that's that's cool. congratulations call. Awesome all right coyotes. So i'll tell you right off any of the predator in warm weather predator plus cold weather. If you're going to buy one of my lures to traffic outs but that is not going to be the be all end all For your trap line and the reason for that is those are general overall Callers but there are so many different things is going on in a coyotes. Head that may or may not be related to food and their different ways to get a kyle interested. This is completely different from like martin fisher trapping where we need them to go. Eat and feed To to get caught with cayo were we. Have you know a couple of different ways of catching a coyote. We can catch coyote trying to pull bait out of a whole we can catch. Kyle trying to pee on iraq right and and Or sniffing were another copied or or we can get i don a blind set on a trail there just a a wide not to say we can't catch other animals that way but it's just a it's a different style trapping and so Coyotes also you know they have an unbelievable knows they can be very suspicious of certain things. Sometimes i personally think that certain sense can be overpowering for coyotes so if you took a big gaba long distance call calling stuck in a hole you may find You may notice that a Walks up to the set and stops three four feet back.
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Pack there for sixty dollars that is shipping included If you're in canada shipping's You're gonna pay more for shipping again it up but For anybody in the. Us shipping is free so check that out. Great opportunity predator pack While supplies last. We're gonna have that running three four bottles lure for sixty bucks. Okay lure recommendations. I had Email from a guy asking about recommendations. Let me get back actually had to emails for lure recommendations in the last day actually today And i it was just top of mind. So i thought i thought i get into trying to answer some of that here while it's running through my head so One was about martin lures for the upcoming trapping season and one was a coyote. And one guy's in maine and one is in new brunswick so let's let me pull up the kyle one. If i can find it some of these guys send it through the store. It doesn't show up as your name. It just shows customer message. Until i open it so but i do get a lot of emails through the store. Okay guy from eastern canada Best lure for trying to attract eastern coyotes which are my target area. Long distance call vs predator vs predator plus so okay We'll get into martin..
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Other than maybe some of the the real high level professionals or guys that are just really analytical So i told them that i listen. I'm not going to be asked you This is what i did. This is how the lure works. I know a catches. It's very good attracting. I've never really. This is actually a more calm predator predator. it's a more complex formulation than i'd actually like. I like stuff. That's really simple. Because i know what attracts animals. And i you know we. There certain ingredients that That are are very attractive to certain animals. It's tried and true time-tested if you use good quality ingredients make a consistent batches of the stuff you're gonna attract for is just all there is to and i really when you get into ten twelve ingredients and everything's all has to be done this way in that way and it's all specific and complex and almost non duplicate -able. It gets to me gets more into a little bit of voodoo magic than it is. Actual you know basics of attracting an animal to set and of course auto guys are really good salesman and they can can sell you on that. i just. i can't do that. I'm not good at it. And so i just like listen. I know it attracts predators. I mean i'd be just as confident the yet some ground up beaver castor in a little asif editor or something along those lines and you know that would do that would do great as well. I mean i'm just not sold on on the idea that certain moore's are are superior to others in any significant way when you when it comes down to those basic ingredients that being said i i guess i'm a little bit naive to the fact that Maybe not everybody thinks the same way and he said he well he told me was i sent him. I sent him a jar of predator. Because it's early in the season and Predator skunk essence in it and and he just wanted to know whether this would attract animals absent the skunk in dinner. We need the skunk Until cold weather sets in and so like just a few days after he got it all the sudden is actually today. I got an email. And he said you're lured test out awesome and he sent me a picture of digging at dirt hole and everything talked about with the reaction was like and like and he super happy in the order to other bottles allure. Just the you know within a few minutes. And i said wow and i thought to myself i could have told you that i guess i six. I thought you were expecting. I thought you're expecting something along. The lines of statistical results of a hundred coyotes using this lure or one hundred visits to the set or whatever. I mean everything that i saw you guys you put it down a whole they're gonna dig it up it's it's it's good. It's good lure on those in that regard but what he told me he said you'd be surprised. At how many lures. I.
"coyote" Discussed on Trapping Today
"One year i got trapped. I liked to liked and i liked where there would be able to spend more time in the woods. Losing money professional getting traps out. There is the hardest with leave in the back of montrose. Lastly we're going to no matter. What guide trap theory talk what you do white gonna ask them you guys. You know everything.
Democrats Promote Inhumanity by Failing to Address Crime, Keeping Borders Open
"Many people are murdered in this country without guns. But you have to hold people to account. I don't understand this. Used to hold people to account. For what they've done. Gun or no gun. People being brutalized in our seats because they one man pandemic in our streets in the Oval Office. He doesn't want to do what you gotta do. These marriage don't want to do what you gotta do suddenly. This idiot mayor in Washington, D. C. Bowser. Wasn't Bowser like one of the non on a guy's anyway, Bowser. We're going to hire 100 140 police officers over the course of the next several years. Nobody wants to work for her. You have to be out of your minor work for her. In Atlanta. Woman was walking her dog. In a very well known a large park there. They found her stabbed Homicide said it was horrific. Going her dog. Stabbed, it was horrific. I don't believe she was wearing a mask, Mr Madison. I don't think she was And if she had been She still would have been slaughtered. Chopped up Cut up. Borders wide open. Getting lectures from people. Who won't shut the border. Everybody's saying shut. The boarder drugs are coming through M s 13 coming through Coyotes kidnappers Horrific things are happening on the borders to women and little girls and everything like that job in its Let's like, Watch today Thursday, Okay, I have a hot dogs for dinner, and that's it. Nothing. The inhumanity. Is unbelievable is unbelievable.
Trozos de mi vida: con el Genio Lucas
Usando Coyotes Para Cruzar Las Montañas Fronterizas en 1986
"Salimos, pasamos ocho días en Tijuana encerrados en un cuarto, ahí me daban de comer, ahí, este, dormíamos, ahí nos cambiábamos, ahí nos bañábamos. Desesperados un poco también. Sí, porque no sabía -- Porque yo solamente tenía incertidumbre. No sabía qué qué exactamente iba a pasar, a dónde íbamos, y pues ahí ahí esperando a que llegara el día. ¿Y no pasaste a la primera? No fue fue un lunes. Un lunes a las seis de la tarde, Magda. Cuando comenzamos a caminar como a eso de las seis de la tarde. Caminamos toda la tarde y toda la noche. Entonces, dieron las las como las tres o cuatro de la madrugada, cuando de repente en una especie de curva, en una montaña, ahí nos cercó la la migración, había camionetas así y camionetas en la parte de atrás, o sea solamente tenías dos opciones, subir la montaña o hacia abajo, y yo pensé rápidamente, digo, si voy hacia abajo, una tropezón sabrá dios a dónde vas a ir a dar, entonces corrí hacia la parte de arriba, Entonces empezó el corredero, el gritadero y y y migración, este, comenzó a rezar a la mayoría de todos. Yo caí como en una especie de sanja maida y me quedé ahí por el cansancio comenzamos a caminar a las seis de la tarde, eran las tres o cuatro de la madrugada, entonces yo donde quedé ya no me moví, no hice ruido, y me quedé dormido. Sí, del cansancio me quedé dormido. Entonces, yo desperté cuando algo pasó por por la palma de mi mano. Dije, ah caray, ¿dónde estoy? ¿Y qué pasó por la palma? Bueno, no sé que haya sido, pasó algo que me despertó era como un animal, no subo. Nunca supe qué era. Pero entonces desperté y dije, ¿dónde son? No
Schopp and Bulldog
Flyers Trade Shayne Gostisbehere, Draft Picks to Arizona
"The Coyotes got a 2nd and 1/7 with the player and gave up nothing. And so which again? I'll say right now. It should not be called a trade because that is not a trade that is a gift. The Flyers GM said that Seattle's price to do the same thing was way higher. Yeah. Like Really Well, maybe Seattle misread the market badly, if if that's the case. They didn't do a single
The Big Story
Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.
"I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon.
"coyote" Discussed on American Coyote
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Marking Your Territory, Elderberries, and Hydrangea Color
"Think we should start out with true or false ellen. It is about peeing in the garden to keep critters away. I have very mixed feelings about this. I have used predator urine in my garden in pennsylvania. I don't know if did a darn bit of good. I really don't but i'll tell you it smelled pretty darn bad. So if i were a bunny or a deer. I would not have gone near that stuff. It's interesting that We're starting with predator urine. Because i have very strong feelings about this and that is i cannot believe that this is collected in a humane way new. And you can't find any. They will not tell you how it's like. Well how it has to be as collected is they have to keep the coyotes or these fox in little pens with wire floors so that when they urinate goes down into a trough or something so it can't possibly be a humane thing so i am not in favor of using predator urine in the garden. Unless you're encouraging the coyotes and the to hang out and peeing your garden. Naturally that i'm all in favor of. I use the fox here in once i started looking into says this can't be good. This cannot be good but there are also people who will. Pd the borders of their garden in hopes of keeping deer and bunnies away. And i've read mixed things about this but well. i think i wouldn't encourage anybody to urinate too close to their vegetable garden or or things that you're going to eat that just kinda makes good sense that you don't want to bring you know harm on yourself in terms of bacteria tetra. That's why we carry waste away both either down into septic systems or sewage treatment plants.
The Mark Levin Show
How Come It's OK When Obama Says It?
"How come it's ok. When obama and the democrats note demographic changes happening in the country. But if i say it it's white supremacy right mr producer. How come how come when you look at the census data and you look these various Entities like gallup and you see it with your own. Two eyes obama brags about biden. Brags about it. The democrats brag about it. This is what the democrats want. This is what the democrats are doing. That's why the borders open. I've written about this talked about this. It's liberty and tyranny. How come we mentioned. Look what they're doing. Oh you must be white. Supremacist is barack obama. White supremacist. now that's number one. That's number one and this is purposeful what they're doing. Whatever you think about it this is purposeful. What they're doing number two white. America is Resentful and white. America fears this wide. America's resentful and white. America fears this. I don't know of white. America is there are people in this country. All walks of life all backgrounds all races who do not believe the border should be open to sex offenders and coyotes and a little kids coming across the border without their families. Mcallen texas is right on the border with mexico. It's eighty five percent hispanic. it's a heavy democrat city. They just elected a republican mayor. So the lie. That's out there. By obama and his ilk radical american marxist ilk and the media is that only white people and white supremacists are concerned about what's happening to the country. Now that's not true.
CBS Sports Radio
NHL Rundown; Petersen helps Kings beat Blues 2-1 for 6th straight win
"Kreider hat trick by straight losses for the Ducks, losing a shoot out to the Coyotes. 43 Kings make it six straight wins to one victory over the Blues. Wild six Avalanche, too. And over time, the Maple Leafs beat the flames to the one. William Neill. Andr has both goals for Toronto star. Shut out the Panthers free Nothing! The lightning shut out the Hurricanes. Three Nothing. College basketball. North Carolina
What we know about Tiger Woods' crash, condition and what happens next
"Thank you so much for joining me tonight hush. I wasn't pablo so ramona. You have just spent many hours right outside. The hospital where tiger woods is being treated. What was the scene like where you word it you know. It's it's weird you go stand outside. Hospital in the middle of a pandemic is a lot of stuff going on right. And there's a lot of news trucks helicopters everywhere. You know mostly news helicopters hitting a lot of a lot of reporters but i was just. I was out of the hospital. But i was mostly just working the phones all day. And it's you know it's pretty sickening. Pablo it's know as a reporter you you go and you cover something like this and each one of them kinda hits you right because it it speaks to the fragility of it. I'm i'll tell you one man who was a locally said you know he knows somebody who died on that road in that same spot similar area when a coyote jumped out in front of their car swerved and he was just a really dangerous patch road so ramone. I want a time stamp this for the listener right now because it is ten twenty one. Pm eastern time is therefore seven twenty one pm out where you are in l. a. What's the latest right now. What's the latest information that you've received from authorities from medical sources from anyone from tigers camp. Well you know. Tigers camps dot pocket a lot more than the initial statement. But what my understanding was that he had he had his some of his camp was with him. And when i was. When i was there at the hospital just just an hour ago which would have been about. Six o'clock i think is when i left pacific time. My understanding is he was still there. He was either still in surgery or just finished. You know it's kind of hard to get a minute by minute. There's nobody coming outside the update the reporters kinda have to be be be working phone to get information and you know they. They you know the people. I had spoken to said the most important thing. Is that you stabilize these injuries. And you wouldn't wanna move somebody to another hospital. How if they moved them. They'd probably move him to ucla westwood. Which is another world class hospital. And that's probably a little easier to control the scene there. He probably get a private room there. You could probably if he's going to be there for a long time. And and i think this is going to be a a a lengthy stay in the hospital This is the kind of thing that you've gotta you've got to take your time and and You wanna be comfortable and it probably going to be multiple surgeries So to me it's a really it's it's this is going to be unfolding over the next few days and weeks not hours so on those surgeries and about what's required year. It has been reported ramona. That there's a compound leg fracture a shattered ankle. But what do you know. What's the latest about tigers medical status. How serious is all of this. He he he has. He basically had crush injuries. That's putting you you look at the car k. Cars crushed the front of the car so his legs were in the front of the car. one of them is a is a basically shattered ankle. It's the tallus bone. The other is the is a compound fracture of the fibula tibia Sorry that's shinbone. Basically but there's also a vascular component and that's your circulation. That's your that's just your blood vessels that had been really severely impacted the nerves. That's actually a little more dangerous even more dangerous part of this of these injuries that they have to stabilize first before they ever even think about. Okay let's get him walk in or anything like that you just. You've gotta get him stable. It's very it's a very dangerous thing. And then there's then there's issues post up post operative complications of leeson's like this if it's if that was actually open i don't i don't know if it was open i've heard that but we'll wait for the official medical On that but if it was opened infection issues blood clot. There's a lot of post operative conditions that you'd have to look at and work on. And i think that's you know everybody i've talked to whether it's you know in the gulf war all the medical world just in l. a. Because everybody in la is is talking about this today. It's all just concerned for tiger woods. The man not tiger woods golfer as for the
All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"coyote" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"It's really fun as a kings fan with all these seasons of emotional investment in these two is And now carter's getting in on the action to you. They make it look. Easy sometimes is kind of maybe another way to say yes. Look like the play in arizona with like petar was kind of along the boards. There were two guys on him and it was. You can say at one way of like. The coyotes didn't cover dustin brown. Or you can say another where like dustin brown knew where to be exhibited that pass from undergo petar and he's just so good like within five feet of the blue paint that if he's there in that situation you're he's putting an end because what seven maybe eight of his goals have been within five of the blue paint and he just like he dominates that area. He's so good in those little little spaces. And i mean kotaro. You've you've watched him a lot longer than me but like he just has that ability to to make the right pass and make the right play like nine the nine times out of one hundred and it seems like he's getting rewarded with points this year for making the right play and it's not just making the right play like he's now getting the stats because one of the fights that i used to have on. Oh eight years ago with king fans was. There was a small but vocal group of people who had accused us brown of having stone hands. And i and this is again eight nine ten years ago ham and i would say not only does he not have stone hands but he's actually one of the better passers on the team especially when he's playing with players that he's familiar with and you see now like i said these opportunities open themselves present themselves and i don't i'm i don't claim to be a strategical savant when it comes to hockey strategy. I don't know. I'm not even necessarily familiar with all of the terms that i probably should be so. I'm not gonna pretend to understand the difference between todd. Mclellan system john stephen system darryl sutter system and terry murray system but i do know that for the better part of brown dowdy co-stars career..
The NBA Show
Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?
"Now i'm joined by yahoo serious so he and she wrote this article about draymond green. She wrote an article about the idea. That draymond green is almost a position unto himself that now new players come into the league or filling in so i wanna talk to her about that and i thought it was a fascinating piece because you identified a bunch of guys use value. I think are were only just now starting to understand so before we get into our conversation about like positions and howard thinking about positions in the league across the board. Just tell me a little bit. About what attracted you to this idea in the first place like was there a big bang moment that you were like i think i ll adore is also part of this yet actually was I was watching. I was watching the rockets take on the thunder in the playoffs. And there are a few moments where statement just couldn't close out on pj talker. Who's obviously pointing the five. And then they had to madore at the five and he's six four was already crazy. The pj tucker six five center was starting and that was a response to that. It was a natural response and it was the right response. Underplayed way better with him at the five and they went away from it. Which is i think why they lost the series and it was just kind of interesting to me you know. You didn't have a workers in the playoffs. But stephen adams is being squeezed on both sides. He just can't get away from this thing. That dream on started like on one end. It's we can't defend on the other end like there's there's this young guy who's coming for a spot and he watched even again. We're gonna talk about this later. But if you watch stephen adams now not exactly fitting offense. No i mean. I almost wonder whether or not steven adams was like an enormous tax locker room. Guy like that that he was brought in. Now you can almost make the argument that he's there to give veteran leadership and just like established like a certain culture at the pelicans. Because obviously encore doesn't really work the way. I don't buy that at all veteran leadership. I can these signs of guys and then they're like yeah. That'll that'll play well. They had drew holiday last year. They found jj radic for the past two years. They have veteran leader. Sure especially since. I feel like grip is also read coyotes piece earlier this week. Try to roll bledsoe into that as well as like. No no no you guys go up bledsoe on the back end of that deal. Because that's we got. I see what they were trying to do. Which is like they have like the young guys and then they have like this mix of old guy so that young guys never turned into the wolves and wind up not knowing how like which way is up and all but they're only like a few steps better than the wolves to host stephen adams this much money also the wolves beat down. Yes that's true. How are they really. They made the wolves. Look real smart on offense. Yes which is impossible so wanted to ask you about this idea that i've been thinking about especially as regards to ben simmons which i think has become like a little bit of an obsession of mine this season. But it's like where is he appropriately situated on the court. There's like the physical like. Where does he stand part. And then there is the conceptual like do we think of him as a point guard. Do we think of a four or are we starting to introduce like a certain new kind of lexicon of the way we think about players. Like whether it's the dunker or like a cook cling cappella roller or a guy. Who is you know. There's all sorts of a huge constellation of terms. We use. Is that a better way to think about these guys in does change their value at all. Because i thought like your idea here that the draymond is almost a new position. Now you could look for was fascinating and there's no question to me that it changes the value of the players of one of the things. I noticed while reporting that article was just the fact that once you name something you start seeing it everywhere like tournament use that you see in life all the time and it was. It was pointed to detrimental. These guys because they were doing things in the court and a lot of the people i talked to. Just one of the things to that stuck out was scouts. Were just like you. Just don't don't doubt winning. If the guy has contributed to winning plays this was this was wrong. One of the college scouts said scouted grant williams. So if the guy's making winning plays don't outsmart yourself just because you can't find a way to put it in a box. It's probably something that you don't quite understand yet just because you can't understand it doesn't mean it's not effective in that definitely plays a role with a lot of guys in the league. So yeah tha t to that point a changes your changes your value just because like this league is a lot more because a lot more than i think people realize it. A lot of people are out to win. Press conferences in if you can't quite explain what you're going for with certain player. I think it makes it harder for you to recognize. It also makes it harder for you to sell which matters on every level matters when you're scouting and you're trying to convince your head coach your your gm or somebody else and then for the gm. It's like trying to convince the owner. Then you know that's gonna be that's gonna be defined the depending on the franchise you are. Some of that is going to be defined by the media will perceive a certain selection to Be it's interesting. i think i'm kind of. I'm kind of going to this place whereby my pet theory now watching the heat watching the sixers has become that you can. You're allowed to have if you really smart. And if the other shooters are andrew or really good they can make plays. You're allowed to have two guys. That aren't very good shooting on the court
How Elden Kidd Went From Convict To DHS Informant
"Two thousand and one eldon was released from prison in texas and allowed to return home to his life in riverside california under the condition he would go undercover for the government in almost every way. Eldon was the ideal confidential informant for the department of homeland security which had replaced immigration and naturalization services after the september eleventh attacks. He was a living legend in the american immigrant. Communities and had unfettered access to the border crossing network. He was also a recognizable and reliable contact on the other side of the border and they wasted no time. Before putting elton toward my duties were somewhat surprising with the border patrol. They were mainly concerned with ferreting out. Corrupt border agents. So what they asked me to do was kind of sketchy they would ask me to go down to tijuana in maybe one of the darker rougher parts of town and walk around and look a little bit lost and ask if there was someone who could help me cross a friend. Usually that was okay. I'll take you to a guy and that guy will take me to another guy and the whole time. I'm quite worried because just by asking the question you could be arrested. So finally i would find someone and i would tell them that. This is particularly important person and they cannot be caught. they absolutely cannot be con- price doesn't matter it's just that they have to be taken their first certain armed with my experience in mexico and i could name names and situations. I was one hundred percent believable to them because of my history so they would direct me to border guards that were on the take so once the contact was made then. It was up to me to find a person who had a passport. Who was a us citizen. That would be willing to play the role and be crossed over. This person could not be just some mexican on the street. Well of course. I asked him. Do you have an agent would be willing to do this. And they did not at the time at least in the beginning. I thought that they were very concerned for my safety. And that. I was more or less part of the family. But i quickly saw that. That was not the case. They were not willing to risk their own agents. So i had to find someone who was legal and would be able to do that job for some of money usually under five hundred dollars.
The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"coyote" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"As you're ever going to meet if if people listen to to our pod. Here and didn't know shane or weren't quite familiar with them. Outside of a player you might listen to him and think all yet each trying really hard to be a nice guy if you run into him at seven eleven or a boston pizza. That's what you get like. His his whole way is is just the way you should be like. It makes me feel like a schmuck honestly listening to him. Because i'm like just everything he's doing he's all in and committed and passionate and he's doing it for the right thing. When i heard that vision that they have in arizona. I'm like that's the only way the coyotes franchise is gonna make a real foothold and it's a grand vision. But they have this vision from jeff vinik in tampa bay and it's clear that's part of what they're trying to follow. I thought shane was was an awesome player. I hated playing against them. Because drake's he would run over toppy not even really noticing just like you were a speed bump is the guy waste two hundred and thirty five pounds and he just any go right over. Top scored four hundred goals and he had nine hundred points plus Just an guide so glad he was able to come on today. Yeah and full credit for a man who has stuck by the arizona coyotes through thick or thin and there there were tumultuous times when he left to join the national hockey league. He did it because there was opportunity opportunity to learn not further as career. Just learn but he didn't talk about the bad stuff that he could see again. A front row seat is what was going on with the arizona. Coyotes pushed outside ill when the opportunity is there to come back with new ownership and what e jumpsuit in man all hands on deck and the arizona. Coyotes are much better organization.