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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.
Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote
"Why the time. I moved back home to hawaii which was in the winter of two thousand nineteen and for the next few months. I was in such bad health space. I had so much cancer my lungs. I can't hold a conversation. I had to sleep sitting up for two months. Because i had so much cancer my lungs i was literally choking in my sleep. My bones were breaking down. I started walking with a cane. During that time i was referred to hospice and it was petrifying. You know i was losing weight. It was it was clear on my way out. And i'm very fortunate that the medical system here in hawaii they have aloha spirit. You know it's all about love and acceptance and my doctors here. They didn't push me. They weren't blowing me in the same way unfortunately did a northern california and they said listen. You know doing chemo could possibly save your life. But if you don't you probably have six months to live which it was true like my. I was dying. My partner at the time was literally scared. I would die in my sleep. So i had to face my worst fear of doing chemotherapy and face a lot of the traumas around my best friend. Deb's staff and i really sat with a question of do i wanna live. Do i want to do what scares me. The most and my son was twenty. Six at the time. And i thought i wanted to be here for my son. I had so many friends in my similar situation. Who had died from adhering to the natural route and i saw myself going that direction so i really checked in with myself and i said okay. I'm gonna do chemo. I'm gonna face my fears. I did the work of byron. Katie really questioned my thoughts and turn it around like you know at first. I thought he is poison. That will kill me. And i was in the public is sharing this message to so i really humble myself to turn this message around and tell the public okay. I'm doing chemo now So i had to turn the thought around from it. Being poisoned to it being healing nectar and i started doing chemotherapy It was very hard but it was a tremendous rothe experience. I'm so grateful. I did
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.
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
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.
The Story of Pecos Bill and the Tornado
"Once upon a time in the wild west a little boy named bill fell off a wagon by the side of the pecos river. Now a normal baby would have cried. His eyes out that this boy was different. He crawled up to a mama coyote and just acted like one of her pups. It was a little hard with him. Not being as hairy. But he was raised by the coyotes for years until his older brother eventually found him and brought him home years later after that he went by the name of paco's spill and as he got older he became famous for being the toughest bronco buster there ever was and he proved it time and time again. Now in case you're a greenhorn. A bronco buster is someone who gets horses used to a saddle. Some horses are okay with being britain but others not so much the fastest and strongest horses. The best for rough riding would fight the saddle. They had to be ridden through the fighting until they got used to it to make that happen someone would have to try and ride while they were still wild. Of course the stallions would buck and spin and kick and jump and go absolutely wild until they sent their writer into the dirt. It was a hard job and bronco busters where the people they called when someone couldn't break a horse themselves and when you had a horse too tough to mean to downright nasty for a buster. You called paco's bill. Bill would travel around the wild parts of america looking for adventure and boy did he find it on his travels. He singlehandedly doug the mississippi river battled the bear lake monster to a standstill and fell in love with a wild woman who rode giant catfish down the rivers. And all that. It's just the first go round in the rodeo of bills life
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.
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.
Zuccarello Scores Twice as Wild Top Arizona 5-2
"Mats Zuccarello scored two power play goals as the wild beat the coyotes for the fifth time in six meetings this season five two the guerrillas power play tallies give Minnesota twelve in its last seven games Zach Parise said Jared Spurgeon also scored and cam Talbot made twenty eight saves to help the wild so little find their hold on third place in the west division preseason second period goal put the wild ahead to stay Jacob chicken and Phil Kessel scored in Arizona's fifth straight loss if you want to stop seventeen of twenty two shots in his first game since March twenty second I'm Dave very
Rantanen Scores Twice, Avalanche Beat Coyotes 4-2
"Make a ranting and had two goals in the avalanche beat the coyotes for two for their eighth victory in nine games Brandon Saad and Nathan mackinnon also scored as the west division leaders improved to twelve oh one one in their last thirteen home games Philipp Grubauer made thirty five saves first career high twenty fifth win Arizona pulled within one with third period goals by Michael bunting and Johanna Larsson but ranted and had an empty netter with just under two minutes remaining I guess there are some things we can we cut down better I might be lost focus a little bit but I think we after that second goal they scored we we were really sharp at the end and didn't give up any Colorado's lead high sixty two points keep them four ahead of second place Vegas in the west I'm Dave Ferrie
Hats off: Donskoi scores 3 in 1st, Avs beat Coyotes 9-3
"Joonas Donskoi his hat trick led the way as the avalanche buried Arizona nine three with the victory Colorado leap frogged past Vegas into first place in the west that's not really in our mind from our minds are you know every game getting better and I'm going to worst playoffs and and all we want to win Stanley Cup so that's our focus right now in getting his second NHL hat trick Donskoi wasted little time netting his three goals in the game's first seven minutes and thirty one seconds he has continued to flex their muscles as they have won ten of their last twelve for their part the coyotes had been playing well before three game win streak came to a halt Bruce Morton Denver
Wild score 3 goals in third to beat Coyotes 4-1
"The wild put together a three goal third period to beat the coyotes four to one Nick Bonino snapped a one one deadlock about six minutes into the third I got the parking well the most plan and maybe deep but I wasn't gonna make it to the grace that a guy was catching me so I just figured I sent in obviously going for sure Kevin Fiala added a power play goal about five minutes later Jill Erickson Eric iced it with an empty netter is Minnesota picked up its fourth straight win and improved to eleven two one one in its last fourteen games Victor Rask also scored and cam Talbot stopped twenty five shots for the wild who were within two points to the west division leading nights Phil Kessel provided the loan Arizona bowl I'm the ferry
Landeskog scores late in OT, Avalanche beat Coyotes 2-1
"Gabriel Landeskog scored at four twenty two of overtime to give the avalanche a two one decision over Arizona Colorado's regulation goal came from Brandon Saad on a night in which his team out shot the coyotes forty six fourteen it doesn't matter how well your plan it's about the results so I think we did a good job of sticking with it not getting too frustrated and get the win they're on the ABS territorial advantage in Monday's loss to Arizona and over the two games Colorado had a shot to advantage up eighty one to twenty eight nonetheless because of forty four saves on Wednesday by backup net minder onto run to Arizona emerged from the two game series with three points Bruce Morton Denver
Raanta enters late, helps Coyotes hold off Avalanche 3-2
"Despite being out shot thirty five fourteen Arizona found a way to defeat the avalanche three to two the victory was made possible by backup net minder onto run to who came on of the third period for injured starter Darcy Kemper and made sixteen saves the game winner at four oh six of the third was credited to your hard Larson after the puck bounced off Colorado's Devin tapes into the net the coyotes are on the upswing having won their fifth straight road game and overall three of their last four Bruce Morton Denver
Pitlick, Garland help Coyotes rally for 5-2 win over Wild
"The coyotes rattled off five unanswered goals and stun the wild five two at Gilo river arena after Jordan greenway and Matt dumba scored fifty two seconds apart from Minnesota in the first the coyotes responded with a pair in the second and then three more in the third two of those third period goals went to Tyler Pitlick so how that team get it done after falling down to zero talk about a locker room a little bit to get the guys gone and guys are excited going into the third want to get that win and you know we played the way we kept going out and we got up a goal we kept going on we didn't sit back and we were good that's Tyler Pitlick Darcy camper made thirty two saves in the win for Arizona cam Talbot stopped twenty five in a loss for Minnesota I'm Kevin flown this
"coyotes" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Coyotes or even an occasional black bear here there, dear. Always a problem that gardeners air just always gonna bang their head against the wall, trying to figure out how to outsmart the deer. And the squirrels. But I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, I think with more coyote spottings and maybe even bears. Occasionally, some of that is due to construction and deforestation. Would you agree? Yes, I would say throughout throughout time, especially up in Atlanta as they used a zoo. The World continues to expand and grow and people move out Mork rural areas You'll see that impact and you'll see more wildlife and and you know, we see that is, you know, that's Uh, That expanse We don't weigh. Don't want to see that expense too great, But you can expect to see some wildlife askew move further out. And you know, as we're in the woods every day we enjoy seeing in that wild life and Seeing the beauty of nature work and you know it's Forster's, You know, we want to see See trees manage properly. We want to continue to grow and hot day of the harvest and then and And man and Jack timber and a sustainable proper way. So that way that were were taken into account, um, of soul, the water, the wildlife. Um, you know, and the timber resource and recreational opportunities that are forced provides. So so those air key key factors that we take in every day. Yeah, and you talked about you know the advantages of us working as individuals. If the neighbor plants a tree, and you've done it, and then the next neighbor growing more than 331 million seedlings annually, That's the number you gave me. That's enough to plant over half a million acres. So is that being done? What is that number exactly? Yes, ma'am, That is that is occurring that that's in that's in our state were growing. We're growing 48% more timber each year than what we're harvesting so so we're very sustainable. And being 48% more. It does show that there's opportunities for more markets for timber. And for a lot of years, they're listening. I would I would say that, you know they they have an impact in that every day, and they have it through the choices that they're making, you know, from from what their purchase, and so when they go to the store, and they buy a box of cereal when they go on that dot com and they they order Um, you know, whatever little gadget they get in 34 days later shows up in a nice box on there on the front porch. You know all that. When they go in order a pizza, and it shows up in that box. You know that That's all that's all an impact is that consumers making each day and so whether they realize I'm not through those choices. Give the opportunity of landowner. They'd encourages that landowner to on it, And it enables that land honor to be able to properly manage their properties, and it encourages them to also when they do cut trees to plant. And another part of that is for every tree that's cut in Georgia. We're planting anywhere from 3 to 5 back to take its place. So so those air pretty, uh, pretty key things that Probably most people who don't even own a maker of force land don't realize that impact that they're making through that choice. Yeah, my dad's been in the construction industry for close to 50 years. And you know, as a kid, I was always curious about that, too. When I see just acres and acres leveled, you know, for a new shopping mall or new apartment complex. Someone of a case maybe, you know, I know there's some responsibility. The person driving by may not see the tree replacement in that exact area, obviously, because the new building has overtaken it, but it's so good to hear you say that for every one we take down. There's a least 3 to 56 more that are being planted when you'll track like The number of seedlings that are planted annually and stuff does that large number come from, like Affiliations like you know, during Georgia Arbor Day. You know, there was small organizations that were giving out seedlings and even Georgia power does that. I mean, do you all take that into that number? We have different research agencies that track that kind of thing. The U. S. Forest Service tracks a lot of it through what we had called forced inventory analysis data. And we have plots that air put in throughout the entire state. There's 6000 of them and they're permanently set in place and we go back and we check those plots every five years. And so a lot of our research that it comes. Comes from that information so so that we can so that we can make good, responsible decisions on the ground and like I said 2024 million acres of force land throughout the state. Yes, we've been averaging 24 million for Probably since the 19 sixties way, have more forcefully and now than we did in the 19 thirties s O those air those air those keys. Key things that we track and we want to make sure so that way we can show that four Street is sustainable that we are making good decisions that are landowners are empowered and that they're able to manage their land because that's another part of it. In Georgia that's pretty unique is is 90% of the property throughout Georgia is owned by private Uh, private land on this, okay? So, so that's that's pretty that zoom and I'm I'm pretty sure that's the most of any state in our nation, well, seeing to sustain that number 24 million acres of forest land in Georgia and maintain that over decades that's why forced management and what you do with Georgia Forestry Commission. Troy's so important well People around the world. You rely on ecosystems and the sources provided by forests and four species for livelihood, which I want to talk to you about coming up and just basic needs like food and shelter and medicines. You know, you think in other countries where they really rely on medicinal herbs and things like that, that are grown us not so much when you just want to go to the drugstore and pick something up. B. I definitely want to talk about George's forest industry. The impact there and how provides you with a livelihood and so many others what you guys really do on a day to day basis. We're going to take a break, check traffic.
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
"coyotes" 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..
"coyotes" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"While supplies last the la kings have won four in a row. You guys four in a row with points in five straight. And i am trying really hard not to get ahead of myself and trying really hard not to think about what every game means for a playoff push. But i can't help myself you guys. I really can't at any rate. We're not gonna spend too much time talking about the playoffs just yet but we are going to take a look at the two games against the arizona coyotes and to help us do that. I think we should call zach duly call coming to us all the way from saint louis franchise insider zach duly. How're you doing it. Exact jesse. Doing great it's a good morning early afternoon in saint louis excited to be joining us. Yeah we're trying to cram this episode out before the kings take on the blues and back. Well not back to back games. I'm struggling with that. all seasons. Actually call him back to back even if there's a day in between them so it's weird right i guess consecutive games is rally the word and then we actually play on back to back nights as we do in minnesota here. He's a games back to back. But it's one of those weird little distinctions. That only you. And i care about yeah well and if the minnesota if a series like the one against minnesota didn't exist right if we didn't already call that back to back i would have no problem calling the upcoming series of games blues back to back but it does so anyway but we are not talking about either one of those we're talking about. The two games played against the coyote going to say the coyote avalanche. But that's not right. The arizona coyotes exact. The team comes away with four points at a two games. That's good sweet series. But i didn't feel like it was a dominant for points. Not that that matters and just curious where you a scale of one to ten. How dominant would you say that series. The kings performance against the coyotes was not a an expert. On the county's i haven't watched them very much outside of these two games..
"coyotes" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"While supplies last the la kings have won four in a row. You guys four in a row with points in five straight. And i am trying really hard not to get ahead of myself and trying really hard not to think about what every game means for a playoff push. But i can't help myself you guys. I really can't at any rate. We're not gonna spend too much time talking about the playoffs just yet but we are going to take a look at the two games against the arizona coyotes and to help us do that. I think we should call zach duly call coming to us all the way from saint louis franchise insider zach duly. How're you doing it. Exact jesse. Doing great it's a good morning early afternoon in saint louis excited to be joining us. Yeah we're trying to cram this episode out before the kings take on the blues and back. Well not back to back games. I'm struggling with that. all seasons. Actually call him back to back even if there's a day in between them so it's weird right i guess consecutive games is probably the word and then we actually play on back to back nights as we do in minnesota. Here's a games back to back. But it's one of those weird little distinctions. That only you. And i care about yeah well and if the minnesota if a series like the one against minnesota didn't exist right if we didn't already call that back to back i would have no problem calling the upcoming series of games blues back to back but it does so anyway but we are not talking about either one of those we're talking about. The two games played against the coyote to say the coyote avalanche. But that's not right. The arizona coyotes exact. The team comes away with four points at a two games. That's good sweet series. But i didn't feel like it was a dominant for points. Not that that matters and just curious where you a scale of one to ten. How dominant would you say. That series th. The king's performance against the coyotes was not a an expert on the county's i haven't watched them very much outside of these two games..
Chychrun scores twice as Coyotes beat Blues 3-1
"Jacob checkered scored twice in Clayton Keller scored as well believe there isn't a coyotes to a three one win over the St Louis blues Saturday Darcy Kuemper made twenty four saves for the coyotes who scored on two of seven power plays this was the third of four straight matchups between the teams in St Louis the boys in coyotes had their originally scheduled games for the weekend postponed due to covert nineteen issues with Colorado and Minnesota Saint Louis remains in a tie atop the west division while Arizona improved to five five in one David Solomon St Louis
"coyotes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"The not too distant future. I don't know as far as overrating vegas i'm not. I don't know what ratings the he's referring to. But i think they're a good team i think one of the three best teams in the west alongside a saint louis in colorado. And i. i'm with you. I mean they'd like to have some more easy scores. They they have the whole patch already has an another good year. Stolen of course is a is there full for them. But a you know. I i i think. Probably the guy that needs to return to form for them as marshall a little bit we had an unreal year the first year. They were in vegas and he needs. He needs to score for them. He really does But i i don't know that they're overrated really. I people look at them as you know the top third of the league and i think that's where they belong As far as la man. They've got that nine in the world junior tournament two years ago. They had nine guys in the tournament. This year Their pipeline is getting pretty full of prospects. How can they be well. It depends how those kids develop right like i. They've got the potential to be An up and coming young developing team in a hurry. You just have to hope that you know a third of those prospects really stick. It could be just again earlier. We are in the nhl regular season. The goal tending seems to be a theme of this podcast. Today's anyway map wants to know who is going to get more starts in vancouver by the end of the season is going to be the young up and comer n- thatcher gamco or. Is it going to be reagan. Opie i think the difference will be five starts between the two of them. I unless things go right off the rails and they decide to play damn co all the time to get them more time. I think we'll be. We'll get a few more starts. But i don't think it's going to be a great difference interesting. That's good kandhamal right. I heard probably a week. Ten days ago jamie. Madonna and talk about the best hand in hockey in his mind. Harry price an jake. Gallon provided dr coke can be as good as we think he's going to be. There's no reason the question that i don't think at this moment that's a pretty good tandem. I would say by league. Comparison isn't it. It's a solid. It's a soul of doom. And i can't tell you guys gonna be better than the other and that's probably why. They moved so quickly on hold. Once they moved on from jacob marks from they decided they couldn't couldn't get back contract on they moved on. And now you're you're withhold being cohen. you've got a vet who looks to bounce back and you've got a young guy. That's going the other way you know who's who's resume is growing. I think they're goaltending is not going to be their problem. This you all right buddy. What's your week. Look like i know this week is. It's a tough one with all the games that we're doing across the board. It's game after game after game after game. That's that's pretty much it games as this week Some jets intermission stuff. I got edmonton and toronto. On friday for my first game that i'm doing off to this year old studios here in vancouver and broadcast in the oilers in toronto salt. Get-go that's the way it is. It's the world the way it is but b busy week as your knee by the way. Somebody tweeted at me the other day because we didn't talk much about your knee in the last episode. Is the rehab coming along. You feel really good i. I'm feeling pretty good. Pretty good too. Not not quite really good yet. There's still some days words pretty. But i'm i'm making progress and so i the weather's been pretty good to none mental looking forward to get outside a little bit. Maybe go hit some golf walls. If under the under the heat if i can because i'm still a little soft drinks i'm not you know i can't get out there and really be in really grinded out right. I gotta get into heaters. I got i got comes with age. I'm feeling it as well We ought to wrap here rate. You'd shout out to reporters who make podcast possible. That's cool bed dot. Co the free to play sports and seino games website and la garowe dot com jewelers. Valentine's day right around the corner. Lagarto dot com. Where you wanna go to get something that you know. She's gonna love if you're interested in partnering with us on the podcast. You can reach out as well visit our website. Rain andrey dot com. Thanks everybody for following along for listening for watching for rating for sharing other episode in the blocks. We're looking forward to episode seven. The meantime enjoy the national hockey annoyed and stay safe..
"coyotes" 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.
"coyotes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Alright. Lis to be joined on. The rain rigs hockey podcasts by arizona coyotes. Chief hockey develop an officer shane. Don dahler explain what that is. I think i've got a pretty good idea. I'm sure ray knows more about it than me. But i mean are you on the ice. Are you evaluating your prospects. Are you looking at your proceed. Doing all of the above. What does a hockey development officer do for the arizona. Coyotes well as of right. Now it's your you can't really get into the onto the ice or do any of that because one of the one of the groups. I think i once that's kind of all dealt with than i'll probably be doing a little bit of that as well but right now. It's probably a little bit more on the business side working with the with heavier the president and then obviously Talking with talk. And then going into st bill once in a while and Helping out with. I can there But i think in the end rent right now. It's so hard because everyone's kind of doing a different job because you're like how can i help. What can i do now And that's really. What kind of wasn't my plan is as of today donor. You've you've been around the coyote since they're since they moved from winnipeg and how. What was the decision to get involved more in a full-time bates. There's always been a thought that you need to be involved with the coyotes. What was the what was the step. That said alcaide. This is the right time for me. in what i i had spoken with the morillas We went out for dinner last january. And then colbert everything can happen. And we kinda backed off a little bit and When have air came in and got involved him. And i started to get to know each other and his view of what i think a professional team should look like was really something that i resonated with me about how you can really help the community. A professional team should be the healthy community and make it a better place. And i started to get excited about that. Obviously working with the league and being over hawks was like it was so much to have that experience of one kind of bring it to the to. The coyotes was really what i. I thought that i have a chance to do that. And so i was kinda when i got probably the most excited after talking with beer and and getting to see their view of what it should look like so the the difference has to have a little bit to do. I would think what the connection to one team. As opposed to your at hockey ops. And you can't really be a fan of anything. You're just hockey ops correct. Yeah the dog in the fight like the competition the Watching and n n. I mean my connection to the coyotes is i mean it's it is what it is the team that i wanted to be with him and and worked for and wanted to stay with her as long as i could so that when the opportunity and they presented an opportunity. That was probably as much as anything they're like. Would you be interested in doing this. Ties again my great negotiation by doing all. You can probably do a better job than that. But i talked. I felt like i learned quite a bit of hockey outs. With just the way the way the holy in murphy roddy they kind of they meet with people with you know walks kinda runs the officials and wets kind of make overs views. Everything on the on the goalies in distant overall hands on with every club. I learned a ton of just being around those guys and i felt like i was in a spot i can help. And so when they offered it. I was excited to think that i could help. It's probably the biggest thing. Oh i don't even know how many years ago it would be shamed. But i live in vancouver and you mentioned that you always wanted to stay with the coyotes. There you were a free agent and vancouver came at pretty hard was. Was it really difficult for you to say no. This is where my roots are or did you. Did you give it a little bit. Thought all i looked at houses in over all over a point grey and we did. We did the whole thing. My wife and my wife's from new issues born in new s. We live in kamloops during summer autumn shoe shop during summer. So it was something I got my brother-in-law leads in lines bay and so i was It was something that We really thought a lot about san. I had an opportunity with demi with misra leaning and was so impressed with him and and the whole organization. we just finished finished being in the conference finals. And we had yan's and we had oliver larson coming up. And i probably and smitty was just amazing so you kind of thought we got. I'm not leaving now like now when we when it came down to it i was like man. I'm not leaving. I actually think we have a chance to be okay and Unfortunately it didn't but upstate commodore regret it for a second so donor deal yourself to think bigger picture and you just talked about you. Know some of the considerations you had as a player right and for family decisions You decided to stay in arizona. Billy armstrong just brought on war as general manager of the arizona coyotes. Not that long ago. You're part of the management staff now in arizona. But what does the future look like for shane. Doan or do kinda just pump. The brakes a little bit. And just give yourself time to learn something done for no no different than your approach might have been when you join the national hockey league and learn what you talked about Inside the world of hockey operation so the bigger pick what are you. What are you planning. What are you working towards. While i think i definitely think the need to come in up to hot. That's one thing that i've kind of learned over my career that it had to come in guys that come in hot and seems to be a little bit heart and i wanna come in and be supportive and help out bill and how heavier and do the things that they need me to do to make them look as good as they possibly be. So that's kinda. My goal is today. And i just want the coyotes you look at what you look at. What ben heck done in tampa.
"coyotes" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Importance for the pandemic. Whoa it is of course. I think i'm going to say it's an oversight. But i don't really know how you would have been able to you know to keep the current roster size and and try and figure out having a goalie available. This all started drapes with corey cart. Crawford's retirement in new jersey and when corrie unexpectedly retired jersey. All of a sudden was left in the lurch. Wait a minute. We don't. We don't have three goalies anymore. And so that started. This carousel of anton forsberg to carolina. Waivers back and then aaron dell and some of these third goal. These these backup guys. They're going to have crazy miles on themselves by the time. Ever get into a game this year and it and it's so weird because they're not really in connection with their team. I mean they get to the new team and still on the ice with them with the black aces or the taxi squad or whatever you wanna call them but it's odd. It's an unforeseen circumstance that carries a lot of weight when it hits your team. I mean there's been team scrambling for two weeks here. And i don't really know what the answers you need a goalie today. Great you bring him to your team. He's got to sit in quarantine for two weeks if you're in kansas. You don't need them two weeks. You need them today. And there's no real way around how it's one thing speaking of goalies that that is always confused me and and maybe because of your playing life in your experience with your starting goaltenders you appreciate the position. Your head coach. Not naming the starter. I've never understood it. Being a member of the media and i assumed wrongly at least for the moment that because of the gambling influence on the money that is potentially available to the national hockey league that the nhl was going to step in and say okay. We have name. You're starting goaltender for gambling purposes and by extension lying just named. You're you're starting lineup. If it changes gametime cages gametime. Who cares but i'm pull. That's not going to be the case and united had enough conversations on this topic for me to know that. That's a bit of a pet peeve of yours. i can't stand when the coaches don't name the goalie the old come to warm up and you'll see i. I just love having the control. Because i can tell the after playing twelve hundred and fifty eight games and we'll ask shane dome. Who played fifteen hundred games. If you ever change your your game plan because one goalies enter the other goalies in you. Don't the only one i can ever remember. Honestly was martin brodeur. And probably ron hextall to that if you don't the And that was when they could go to the corners and man you dump the puck in the corner and if you hit the boards to hard it komo get it. They're like a better passers than half defenseman. Boom out of the zone off it goes so we digest a bit. But it's not about shooting on the goalie. You're shooting at worries. Not right like you're you have to react you you have you. They say we don't want them to have a book on the goalies. These guys have jake allen and carey price have played a combined nine hundred games. I am pretty sure they've got to have a scoping book. The other teams do on them. So i i hate it. I think there will come a time when When that information is available and in your rights rates the sport that has the the most Gambling on it his focal. And everybody's trying to get information that's gambling on the games. And they're all trying to find out. Is a quarterback in is quarterback out is running back in whatever it is and eventually you gotta make your decision whether you want to the gambler. Not on the game because that may change rate a game time. That's the way it is. But i think in today's informational world. Then that stuff will probably be more readily available soon. I'm not saying next week or two weeks. But all in relative near future and money talks right like there could be. There could get to the point where all the money. That's in play here. Michener bap says sorry glowed. I know you don't like naming you're you're you're starting goaltender get over it. Because there's there's tens of millions hundreds of millions of dollars player. I i don't i think it's naive to think that it's not all gonna come together. And they're all end up with some regulated policy for your lineups. And quite. Frankly i i look forward to it because i can't stand that line. You gotta come and watch warm not really who cares. Yeah exactly are agreeing. Wrap-up headlines with this interesting conversation with a team late last week. I'm going to touch on insider trading on this topic but this team in particular said you know revenues last year because the pandemic kidding in march we're down to eighty percent so down twenty percent of what would be normal. That doesn't sound like a lot. Based on the fact that the season was taken down the knees In march bought now the projection. For twenty twenty one is forty percent revenue. And that's going to change club by club but this is a major market team. I'm talking about here. And when i'm wondering is we know the cap is going to be flat. Eighty one five but that revenue number. That percentage obviously is going to influence the appetite for some gloves to resign. There pending unrestricted. Free agents or get into the market of an unrestricted free agents. New magin a difficult. It's going to be some of these guys. Were coming off an offseason where there were so many one year contracts and players just hit two hoping to hit the reset button. So now you take those players you throw them into the market with the additional expiring contracts and forty percent of revenue. It could be a real dark time for the unrestricted free agents. Next offseason wall i i would say term is in great jeopardy for almost any free agent. You know somebody looking for three four five six years i. I can't imagine those contracts are going to be there. Certainly the number is gonna come down and we might focus on top guys. You know because those numbers are most eye-catching but there's gonna be a lot guys that are that are playing for a lot less than they thought they were going to be. You know last march now. Don't also forget. Drags is aside from lower salaries and less term which i think is a given. There's also escrow. There's you know the that the gets carved off the players contracts so the number you see is not the number you get or the number of the players. Get and so this. Is this going to be a long time. I've talked to a couple of gm's did have said look. We're looking at three to five years before before this gets back to where we were in man it might not sound like longtime or maybe it does but for a lot of players that's going to be the entirety of their career. I mean it could be an you look at some of the guys who are in the final year of their contract. Friday anderson comes to mind. Now what are the toronto maple leafs going to do thou Do there. there's big big questions and as you said firm probably gonna matter. Most to at least those veteran players like the opportunity that they have with their existing club to win. Maybe up to sacrifice the dollars in favor of the interview. Today's presented by our pals and cool bed dot. Co you can check out. Cool beds free. Ahl prediction pool contest for shot at some unbelievable prizes. Chris from cool. That will join us later in. Today's podcast his nfl picks for championship. We can as always got to be nineteen cool..
"coyotes" Discussed on Circle Round
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"coyotes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Without wolves. There's nothing to to keep them in check to keep their population in check now. Angry Facebook, irs. That's it basically so that whole ratification campaign has been put to the side. There's definitely still lots of coyotes that are killed every year. Yeah, I think between two thousand six in two thousand eleven. They killed more than half a million coyotes legally. I saw that there is a half a million that are killed a year. Still Yeah like one minute every year. I've also seen thirty five thousand I. Don't know if it's just certain. Divisions are responsible for like half a million or maybe certain years. They ramp up the efforts more than others I don't know. There are definitely still a tremendous amount of coyote deaths, but as we've seen coyotes have been. Extremely successful in the face of this extermination campaign Just by by reproducing. Depending on the local relation, yeah, yeah, and if you're a rancher. You don't have to be a part of some program like you're. You're taking care of things in the ranch. Our way right which is traps. Guns Yeah poison. Yeah, there's no laws protecting coyotes up again. The only laws far as I know. I think it's part of the Endangered Species Act. That says we're not allowed to drive coyotes to extinction, but that's it. You can kill a coyote. The only things keeping you from shooting a coyote like in city limits are gone ordinances. Basically you can kill the coyote any way you want but here's the thing. Put a pillow over space. Go visit in the hospital But the the thing is is what they're starting to figure out now because they're so successful. That, you don't actually want to kill them killing them. Has This ripple effect through their society where they start reproducing more than stronger, and here's the other thing. If the coyote is still not, it's not acting aggressively toward humans hasn't started to take pets. If you just know, it's in the area, but it's trying to keep his distance. You may actually be better off with. With that coyote right because if you get rid of that coyote, another coyotes gonNA move in and that coyote might be much more aggressive than the last one. You just got rid of yeah like if you've got a decent neighbor, maybe that's good enough. So that's kind of like the idea that dawning over people with coyote man. His coyotes aren't going anywhere, right. Buying put and the best you can hope for is one that keeps his distance in his afraid of humans. Yeah, which is generally what's going on in urban areas? when we're talking about ranchers, the reason they're doing this is not just because they hate coyotes is that they blew a lot of animals to these predators. That sounded so mean he's predators There's it's hard to get good stats, but the DA said in two thousand fifteen. There was self reporting which you always gotTa Kinda wonder of thirty three thousand a little more in change of adult sheep, eighty four thousand lambs lost Koyo Cheese. And the self reported so take it with a grain of salt, but there they do lose a lot of animals and chickens and things like that right I've gone on my soapbox before about keeping your cats inside not going to do that again. Except to say, keep your cats inside. Yeah! If you have like you know, you're on the fence about keeping your cats inside. You just watched some videos that you may seen yeah or just cats being taken. Do I want my cat to live several years longer right because the statistics show? Yeah, that outdoor cats don't live as long and not just that not just with cats, too, but also with dogs. If you if they're coyotes in the area, and there's a really good chance. There are no matter where you live in the US you do not. You should not leave your small dog. Dog in particular outside unattended. You basically let them out. Hang out with them and then let them back in. You definitely don't leave them out at dusk or dawn by themselves or overnight. That's right We said you don't need to worry too much about being attacked as a human there were a couple of kind of grizzly cases one that's just very difficult to even talk about frankly nineteen eighty-one little three year old girl was dragged from driveway in California. And the dad did rescue her, but she died as a result of her injuries from that fractious in two thousand nine, there was a really strange thing in Canada where nineteen year old woman was stocked and killed by at least two coyotes while hiking in the middle of the day, and this is apparently the. Only, adult human killed by coyotes on record, so yeah, and the only explanation for that that I could possibly come up with his that she was around their den it was around there, pup, raising time, right, say spring summer as a pretty bad time to be around real defensive of their turf. Yeah, and then thirdly that those were made with wolves interesting, because when the the coyotes will meet with dogs, they'll meet with wolves. It's not like super, tried spread, but it does happen it. Producing Koi dogs coils, but the coils in particular can be much more aggressive than your standard coyote. So I wonder if those three factors played a role in it. Probably, it was definitely an outlier. It's very. I mean it's sad. No matter what that girl, also she was like an up and coming country singer like on the verge of. Taking out and Hayler Mitchell yeah wow. So. They. Say Like we said that these. Kill couty programs don't even work that well, and there is there statistics to back up the fact that nonlethal methods of county control or more effective. which we're talking about scaring them like wind chimes and air horns. They're really giddy jumpy, so he made a lot of noise in front of a county. They're probably GONNA bolt yeah. It's called hazing. Yeah, and you know like any time you see a coyote your area. Really anywhere is be a good neighbor. You WanNa haze them doing my house. Not just let it happen. Let's don't just let it pass by like. You need to take that Opportunity Hazem to keep them feeling insecure tree more serious. Right the more secure. A coyote feels the more the more. Brain Dacia grazing. They're going to become coming into your yard. Trying to take your dog your cat, so you wanNA haze them every chance you get so that they noticed day over there this their turf. This is your turf right. Do you have an umbrella. You want to open the umbrella. This says to pick up your small dog Oh Yeah, sure I've also read at the Coyote I've also read. You. Don't WanNa do that because you make yourself small when you do that. When! You're using a coyote, you WANNA. Make yourself as big as possible. What do you mean you make yourself small when you squat down to pick up your dog? Oh, you seem smaller than you do. Standing up with your arms spread well. Do it very quickly well, but the better thing to do is keep your dog on a non flexi lead straight leash stink, anyway, It's no more than like feet length. Keep it just pull it back close to you while you're waving your arm and shouting at the Coyote, go away. Yeah, and I also thought it was funny to Ed. Pointed out.
"coyotes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"We shouldn't be putting poison. Oliver our forests right for just any old animal to die, if it comes near it. Yeah, and that was the around the thirties, the beginning of the thirties, but the the the government said No. We're getting rid of. We're getting rid of coyotes. The ranchers interests are above the coyotes interests big money. You know talking right, so not only. Did they poison them? They would shoot them from airplanes and helicopters, and still today apparently killed tens of thousands of coyotes by shooting at them from helicopters like taxpayer funded programs do that. Yeah, they. They definitely are still calling. coyotes and counties are still giving them a little skinny middle finger right so by the seventies Richard Nixon, apparently banned. The use of poisons had no idea about that were Kim sign the endangered species act of nineteen seventy-three, and that gave the coyotes enough breathing room to basically say okay. We're not gonNA go extinct, but here's the thing because we were so successful wiping out wolves. The coyotes, which had been limited almost exclusively to the southwestern. United States yeah surges spread and where the wolves had once been coyote started popping up in places. They'd never been seen before the southeastern United States there they've been spotted in Central America, this point they were found in nineteen forty on the Apostle Islands in Wisconsin which is at least from what I could tell a half a mile swim from the mainland amazing, and apparently they're pretty good swimmers to And then they started to move into the suburbs, and then they started to move into. into the cities and now today there's a guy at Ohio state named Stanley Gert. Who specializes in studying coyotes in Chicago downtown Chicago. Wow has hundreds of coyotes living in alleyways in crevasses in all sorts of places right out of sight of human beings, and they just come out at night, and they've learned how to navigate traffic and just basically stay out of sight if you look if you type in urban counties to your favorite search engine look under images, there pictures Cayote is like. In the middle of Strip malls, and with you know. Casinos behind them, and right like they're everywhere. Yeah, I am surprised. Haven't seen in times. Square at this point wasn't an heat. Were they? Show that coyote like crossing the street or crossing the highway? Haven't seen it so long. Pretty sure it's an. He could movie yeah. Take another break. Let's do it all right more coy out. Speak Right after this..
"coyotes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"All right we're back and we were talking about The pack size how it can shift depending on the resources There are also loaner coyotes. maybe there are Beta. They got kicked off the couch. Finally or maybe they earn aged out Alpha And like I said if you see a coyote by him or herself that doesn't mean maybe I should say itself doesn't necessarily mean they're rabid 'cause you get on these facebook neighborhood pages and there's coyote sightings and people lose their minds and give out a lot of bad information it goes both ways people are either like say. Kill him kill it. Kill it with fire as fast as you can or else other people are like well. I've been feeding it for last couple of weeks. It's nice. It looks to comply with my dog right or it's out during the day it's rabid for sure right or it was by itself so it was rabid. Yeah there aren't. There have been big outbreaks of rabid counties and many many many years. Yeah apparently they. They made a concerted effort to radically rabies among coyotes. And so not coyotes. But I think mammals in in the wild in general and so they started basically dropping vaccines dropping eight basically but vaccinated. What'd you say Wolf Ate? I don't think that's a widely known term. That my buddy say that performing he's dropping wolf as he might have made that up so imagine if that was vaccinated. That's what they were doing. Okay and Jump in Wolfe's that's good stuff. I gotta say it's Nice having Josh t laughing over there not Jerry's just permanent lack of care right no idea no idea So they actually managed to largely. Get rid of rabies among coyotes. From what we understand. Yes so maybe we should talk about the beginnings. Go ahead I was GONNA say but they do definitely carry distemper and they can carry rabies. It's not to say like there are rabid coyotes. It's just not a big problem. And one of those facebook commenters I quoted saying that likes to play with my dogs. That actually happens. Cody's are known to play with dogs. That's how carmine. The rare black coyote was trapped. He made friends with a Great Pyrenees in SMYRNA and was playing around in like they finally set up some traps in the arden. He fell for one of them Peonies are beautiful dogs. They really are but That peonies hopefully had distemper vaccine because just playing with the coyote. It can be it can it can get distemper and it's not something you want your dog to have now not at all. So let's talk a little bit about the beginnings of the coyotes. They were of or at least what we think. Is that coyotes and wolves and then a now extinct Other kind of dog basically were around in they were sort of the starting point for what our counties and wolves but they were apparently much more like coyotes and wolves so they generally think that coyotes were sort of the og generally speaking right right. I saw also that There's a line of thinking that they descended from Red Wolves whose range still is over the southeastern Texas. I think there's still a few around today. But the The however they started happened anywhere from I think two million years ago to three hundred thousand years ago I owed. He's evolved and again here in North America. This is they're they're Home Continent but as they Started to evolve. The ones that I came along were bigger and heavier than the coyotes. We know today. Yeah but the problem is is they were in direct competition be based on their size with wolves right in. Wolves are and have always been much more aggressive hunters. They don't tolerate other aggressive predators in their range. So they'll go after a coyote and so this is really interesting over over the years just from living with wolves. Coyotes apparently started to shrink down in size so that they could fill an ecological niche that had been left open. Rodents and rabbits. Yeah which wolves don't care that much about. Wolves want to take down like Caribou Elkin. They hunt in packs exclusively. They care about rabbits right. So that the left. The the rabbits to the coyotes enclosed kind of shrunk in size and started going after that and then one other thing that happened to chuck. Was that meant that. Because they were confronting wolves the coyotes that were more aggressive and went after wolves or went to go fight wolves. When wolves are around would die. They died out which left. Just the timid ones right. Yes Okay Oti is. That's why you won't find counties that are super aggressive these days because in order to survive the wolf challenge Another good band name. They've amazing bad. It's not bad there's a lot of Wolf. Enzo will parade and Wolf Mother Mother. Yeah other wolves. Yeah that's not the name of abandoned though they might be could be Yeah so those. Those are the ones that stuck around and like we said. Cody's are that's just another example of how bad they want to survive These days they are listed as species of least concern. Which means don't we don't have to do anything. Nothing no conservation efforts whatsoever. The only conservation effort that has been hung on. Coyotes is that there's a law that says we we are not allowed to drive them to extinction reversal of original policy. Is we'll see to go and talk about now. Let's so yeah. There was a policy Was It in the Nineteen Thirties? Starting in the nineteenth century I think. Okay were they basically said I mean? A lot of it was sensationalist journalism. But the basically the coyotes were the scourge of the earth. Yeah and they will kill every chicken and every sheep on your on your property and your horses and we gotta get rid of them all yet. So basically it was a response to Anglo American ranchers. Well actually any American ranchers moving westward farming cattle and sheep and all that And they were just being predated on by wolves so really. They went after wolves I right and they were really successful. It almost driving all wolves to extinct because wolves hunting packs. And so if you kill enough wolves they don't have enough wolves to hunt in that. Pack any longer than the remaining survivors starved to death. Right so they really worked at getting rid of wolves and it was really effective. Coyotes were less effective but they started. The Coyote started praying on the The pray that the wolves were no longer around to prey on. Yeah so they went after coyotes and they went after him big time they killed hundreds of thousands millions and millions and millions of coyotes over the years. Yeah with like sponsored. I think they They said Congress gives ten million dollars for the next ten years. And we'll take care of them all right in about the same time so that was the Biological Survey Nineteen Twenty eight the Eradication Methods Laboratory of the bureau of Biological Survey They basically said we're GONNA start coming up with strict nine pills in like Little misters that shoot. cyanide in in the coyotes face were lacing carcasses with all of this poison and they were killing off all sorts of other animals too but no one cared because everyone hated the coyote so much. Yeah that that they just didn't care. How many other animals died just as long as we were getting rid of the but around that time biologist started to be like wait a minute. I entirely certain it's a good idea to get rid of predators or any kind of animal that we find a nuisance like. That's probably not the way we should be doing things. Yeah and it also coincided with Sort of an anti poison movement where people were like. Wait a minute. Maybe we shouldn't be putting poison oliver our forests right for just any old animal to die if it comes near it. Yeah and that was the around. The thirties. The beginning of the thirties. But the the The government said No. We're getting rid of. We're getting rid of coyotes. The ranchers interests are above. The coyotes interests big money. You know talking right. So not only did they poison them they would shoot them from airplanes and helicopters and still today apparently killed tens of thousands of coyotes by shooting at them from helicopters. Like Taxpayer. Funded programs do that. Yeah they they definitely are still calling. Coyotes and counties are still giving them a little skinny middle finger right. So by the seventies Richard. Nixon apparently banned. The use of poisons had no idea about that. Were Kim sign the endangered species act of nineteen seventy-three and that gave the coyotes enough breathing room to basically say okay. We're not GONNA go extinct. But here's the thing because we were so successful wiping out. Wolves the coyotes which had been limited almost exclusively to the southwestern United States. Yeah surges spread. And where the wolves had once been. Coyote started popping up in places they'd never been seen before the southeastern United States there. They've been spotted in Central America. At this point they were found in nineteen forty on the apostle islands in Wisconsin. Which is at least from what I could tell A? Half a mile swim from the mainland amazing and apparently they're pretty good swimmers to And then they started to move into the suburbs and then they started to move into the cities and now today. There's a guy At Ohio state named Stanley. Gert who specializes in studying COYOTES IN CHICAGO DOWNTOWN CHICAGO? Wow has hundreds of coyotes living in alleyways and crevasses in all sorts of places right out of sight of human beings and they just come out at night and they've learned how to navigate traffic and just basically stay out of sight. Oh if you look if you type in urban counties to your favorite search engine look under images their pictures. Cayote is like in the middle of like strip malls and with you know casinos behind them. And right like they're everywhere yeah. I am surprised. Haven't seen in Times Square at this point wasn't an heat where they show that coyote like crossing the street or crossing the highway. I haven't seen it so long. Pretty sure it's an he could movie. Yeah take another break. Let's do it all right. More coy out. Speak right after this.
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"All right we're back and we were talking about The pack size how it can shift depending on the resources there are also loaner coyotes Maybe they're a BETA. They got kicked off the couch finally or maybe they earn aged out alpha. and like I said if you see a coyote by him or herself. That doesn't mean maybe I should say itself. Doesn't necessarily mean they're rabid. 'cause you get on these facebook neighborhood pages and there's coyote. Sightings and people lose their minds and give out a lot of bad information. It goes both ways. People are either like say kill him. Kill it. Kill it with fire as fast as you can or else. Other people are like what been feeding it for last couple of weeks. It's nice. It looks to comply with my dog or it's out during the. The day it's rabid for sure right or it was by itself, so it was rabid. Yeah, there aren't. There have been big outbreaks of rabid counties and many many many years. Yeah, apparently, they they made a concerted effort to radically rabies among coyotes, and so not coyotes, but I think mammals in the wild in general, and so they started basically dropping vaccines. Eight basically. But vaccinated. What'd you say Wolf Ate. I don't think that's a widely known term that my. Buddy. Say That performing. He's dropping Wolfe's. He might have made that up so imagine if that was vaccinated. That's what they were doing. Okay and Jump Wolf Fe! That's good stuff. I gotta say it's Nice having. Josh t laughing over there. Not Jerry's just permanent. Lack of care right. No idea no idea so they actually managed to largely get rid of rabies among coyotes from what we understand. Yeah, so maybe we should talk about the beginnings. Go ahead I was GONNA say, but they do definitely carry distemper, and they can carry rabies. It's not to say like there are rabid coyotes. It's just not a big problem and one of those facebook commenters I quoted saying that likes to play with my dogs. That actually happens. Cody's are known to play with dogs. That's how carmine, the rare black. Coyote was trapped. He made friends with a Great Pyrenees in SMYRNA and was playing around in like they finally set up some traps in the arden. He fell for one of them. those peonies are beautiful dogs. They really are, but that peonies hopefully had distemper vaccine, because just playing with the coyote it can be it can. It can get distemper, and it's not something you want your dog to have now not at all. So. Let's talk a little bit about the beginnings of the coyotes. They were of or at least what we think. Is that coyotes and wolves, and then a now extinct other kind of dog basically were around in. They were sort of the starting point for what our counties and wolves, but they were apparently much more like coyotes and wolves, so they generally think that coyotes were sort of the G.. Speaking right right I. saw also that There's a line of thinking that they descended from Red Wolves Whose range still is over the southeastern Texas? I think there's still a few around today but the the however they started. Happened anywhere from I think two million years ago two three hundred thousand years ago. I owed. He's evolved, and again here in north, America, this is they're they're home continent. But as they started to evolve, the ones that I came along were bigger and heavier than the coyotes. We know today, yeah. But the problem is is they were in direct competition. Be based on their size with wolves right in wolves are in have always been. Much more aggressive hunters, they don't tolerate other aggressive predators in their range, so they'll go after a coyote. And so. This is really interesting. Over over the years just from living with wolves, coyotes apparently started to shrink down in size so that they could fill an ecological niche that had been left open rodents and rabbits. Yeah, which wolves don't care that much about. Wolves want to take down like Caribou Elkin. They hunt in packs exclusively. They care about rabbits right so that the left the the rabbits to the coyotes enclosed kind. kind of shrunk in size and started going after that and then one other thing that happened to chuck was that meant that because they were confronting wolves, the coyotes that were more aggressive and went after wolves, or went to go fight wolves when wolves are around would die. They died out which left just the timid ones right? Yes, Okay Oti. That's why you won't find counties that are super aggressive these days. Because in order to survive the wolf challenge, another good band name. They've challenges amazing bad. It's not bad. There's a lot of Wolf Enzo will parade and Wolf. Mother mother yeah other wolves yeah. That's not the name of abandoned other. Though the might be could be Yeah, so those those are the ones that stuck around and like we said Cody's are. That's just another example of how bad they want to survive These days they are listed as species of least concern which means, don't. We don't have to do anything nothing. No conservation efforts whatsoever the only conservation effort that has been. Hung on coyotes is that there's a law that says we. We are not allowed to drive them to extinction. Reversal of Original policy is. We'll see to go and talk about now. Let's so yeah, those policy. was it in the nineteen thirties starting in the nineteenth century. I think okay. Were they basically said? I mean a lot of it was sensationalist journalism, but the basically the coyotes were the scourge of the Earth Yeah and they will kill every chicken and every sheep on your. On your property and your horses and we gotta get rid of them all yet, so it was a response to. Anglo American ranchers well, actually any American ranchers, moving westward farming cattle and sheep, and all that and they were just being predated on by wolves so really they went after wolves. I right, and they were really successful. It almost driving all wolves to extinct, because wolves hunting packs. And so if you kill enough wolves, they don't have enough wolves to hunt in that pack any longer than the remaining survivors starved to death right, so they really worked at getting rid of wolves, and it was really effective. coyotes were less effective, but they started. The Coyote started praying on the The pray that the wolves were no longer around to prey on. Yeah, so they went after coyotes and. And they went after him big time they killed hundreds of thousands, millions and millions and millions of coyotes over the years. Yeah, with like sponsored I, think they they said Congress gives ten million dollars for the next ten years, and we'll take care of them all right in about the same time, so that was the Biological Survey Nineteen Twenty, eight, the Eradication Methods Laboratory of the Bureau of Biological Survey. they basically said we're GONNA start coming up with strict nine pills in like little misters that shoot cyanide in in the coyotes face were lacing carcasses with all of this poison, and they were killing off all sorts of other animals, too, but no one cared because everyone hated the coyote so much. Yeah, that that they just didn't care how many other animals died just as long as we were getting rid of the. But around that time, biologist started to be like. Wait a minute I entirely certain. It's a good idea to get rid of predators or any kind of animal that we find a nuisance like that's probably not the way we should be doing things. Yeah, and it also coincided with sort of an anti poison movement where people were like. Wait a minute. Maybe.
"coyotes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Josh Clark. And there's your other hosts froze w chuck Bryant there. There's cheery role in our producer. Mrs Deputy Kayode Edition. So how are we going to pronounce it Coyote but coyotes fun but you could also pronounce Cody Koi Oti Shirt? There's a lot of ways. Yeah so I say coyote but I don't think that that's technically correct. Eating is cody. I think maybe I think. Swallow my tongue. there's a lot of good band names here. By the way I noticed. Oh Yeah Well call them all out. Well I'll call out the first one right away genius Kanus Pretty good okay That is. The coyotes are members of the genus kanus. Yeah kanus includes all dogs yet. Jackals dogs wolves and dogs and so I said dogs. I know but there's so many great jobs that you've got to say twice. Well I don't want to shortchange the jackals of the world who likes jackals. Nobody likes shackles. That's right screw them right. See them once as a matter of fact. Let's go back and beep out the second time we said that name but hey one thing about this about a family candidate Which all dogs belong to It's a really old Family -ture and it's native to North America so like all those jackals you WanNa talk about them some more. That made it outside of North America. Yes they started here. They didn't come from anywhere else. Started in North America coyotes as North American as Apple Pie and granny and baseball and dogs and hawks. Since right we've done a lot of episodes at our dog related over the years and still haven't knocked out the one that I really want to do. Which is the the first dog like the first domesticated dog? That'd be a good one. They made that movie but I'm not sure if it had any truth to it whatsoever trainspotting When that stuff happens you say the first thing your head. No first thing that came into my head was never cry. Wolf. That makes too much sense. Oh I remember that movie. That was a good one. Yeah that was a good one. That was when we were kids. Right uh-huh jam. It was a Disney jam. But I think it was like a little scarier. There's something about it that made it like groundbreaking Disney. I don't remember what it was. Yeah I remember two And then that that terrible looking colored. The wild thing is out now. Why can't anybody is a real animal? You'll stuff man it's driving me crazy. Have you seen these spectrum with Ellen Degeneres on them now? Sheryl either just using CGI ELLEN. Because Ellen. If it's not I was making a joke. It's the weirdest makeup I've ever seen. The actually makes her look. Cgi But it. It looks so much like that. It seems likelier to me. That's it's a CGI ellen. And I don't understand why surely not prove me wrong world while I'm thinking now if I'm Ellen and they say hey we wanNA chewed a bunch of spots with you will pay five million dollars or we'll pay you three and a half million for your image likeness all right. You could stay at home with what I would stay at home. I would travel. You sure. That's true a million bucks. Yeah it's a Lotta dough. How travel plus also I mean like her spots in these spectrum. Commercials are so small and limited that it couldn't possibly take more than half of a day per spot. Yeah and they and when you're a big star like that you can dictate it you like sure. I'll do it. You've got me for two hours right. You have to pay for the teleportation that's right you know but it's so yes. They called wild thing to stop. Stop everybody DOPP. Yeah of course maybe Harrison Ford was so stoned he didn't he wasn't a real dog. God bless them. All Right. So back to coyotes There are they are. The scientific name is Kenneth La- Trans Barking Dog. Sure boy they make a lot of noise. We'll get to that. They're nineteen subspecies Generally has to do with their range but sometimes it can be bigger or smaller different kind of coats and they one thing we will learn throughout this whole thing is we need a t shirt that says this is Dang it to the coyote cannot be stopped. No boy do they persevere. There's probably no greater survivor. Maybe currently alive on Earth. That's a mammal at least then a coyote. Yeah I mean we will see there have been efforts over the years to extinct them on purpose like a coyote Holocaust. Yeah and the. And the coyote just trots away with the signature bounce and gives the finger and his excellent luck. Yeah and his actually expanded their range. Yep in swollen and population yeah despite an effort to try to drive them purposely to extinction. Yeah a well-funded really yeah at different times to yeah. It's pretty amazing. Yeah it really is. I mean I I feel very bad for diabetes. I do too One reason I wanted to do this. One is because there's coyotes in in Atlanta there's every major city in America almost. Yep and there's coyotes around You Museum my neighborhood. Yeah and that means that Moas neighborhood too and so you me went off on this like. She found out about that and started learning everything she could about. Coyotes is like we need a new fence. We gotta get a coyote which she now has. And the spiky things yeah. She looks adorable and they work for hawks and things right. Yeah I think they're one in the same Predator vest. Sure but I think it's called the like the brand name as a coyote vest. I would think I think Like we know a lot about coyotes because they're in our neighborhood and like the more we learn about it the more it's like I hate them in in that they they would take Momo if they had a chance and but I also do feel bad for them too because they are Just trying to make their own way and live there. You know there's been a coyote right exactly. I mean emily and I saw coyotes in our neighborhood in. La Eagle Rock on walks and we We seen them in Atlanta. We saw one a few months ago at night. That looks very sick and was alone and But we will dispel myths. Not EVERY COYOTE. You see alone as rabid not every coyote see during the day is rabid And we'll get more into this but if it weren't for people coyotes would be out all the time during the day right. Yeah they're not nocturnal by nature. No they're not they're diurnal and the naughty by nature well they may be the ones that that that live closest to humans in urban areas or suburban areas of actually adapted their behavior and become a. I don't know what you call it. I guess they are nocturnal. But they're most active at dawn and dusk right but they're definitely not dire nowhere. They're active during the day and sleep at night. They normally are. They've actually altered. Their behavior is just one of the many coyotes or like fine. It's fine Gerald Change will change to stay alive. That's right I think another Urban Coyote was another band name. I thought was good and actually look that up. And of course there's an urban county jail is there Speaking of urban coyotes they actually caught one in Metro Atlanta. Recently I really very very all black. Coyote named carmine. Wow and they trapped the big Ragu interesting but I mention that Trot. That's how you like. If you're out walking at night or walk in your dogs you see what you think is a Dog. And it's got this. There's this little signature Bouncy Trot. Oh that's no dog. That's the Coyote. And that's a county all right so back to coyotes in general They are wolf like but they have narrowed more narrow snouts They're not quite as muscular Ed grabbing ask you helped put this together. He wanted to point out that they're bigger than Fox's which I thought was funny. It seemed obvious to me that they're bigger than Fox's but maybe not everyone knows that. Well the first Coyote that was spotted by Anglo American. Which was the allusion Clark? Expedition they they thought it was a Fox from afar and then when they shot one and got up closer like oh it's kind of wolf they don't look like Fox's at all to me no but I guess it was like staying far enough away. This couldn't tell who knows they were people. Were much dumber back. Then they they were all smoking opium on that I also like would like to acknowledge a stuff. You should know I okay. We had a mid show producer change. Jerry started out the show about eight nine minutes ago. She said to heck with this. She's had it Jerry. Jerry had to go do a call into Josh Josh. T justice stepped in welcome. Josh never happened before. Now thanks for doing. I wonder WHO's going to finish up the show. I don't know our little pecking bird. Perhaps okay yeah I didn't get the reference is dipping bird. The bird So coyotes bigger than a fox smaller than relevant sure Their nose to tail body link Usually about two to five feet. Yeah they basically look like somebody took a shrink ray on a wolf in just dropped by like thirty percent. Yeah twenty to fifty pounds there for Brown Tan Gray Kinda modeled And you know that's a coyote. Yeah they eat mammals mostly but we'll also there are omnivores elite berries if there's a lot of berries. Oh Yeah Billy. They love fruit. They love figs. Apparently but ninety percent died mammal supposedly. Here's the thing. If you're just kind of like coyotes cool whatever they're related to dogs and their you know all over the place I wanted to just first of all listen up so things start like researching coyotes you will be astounding in amazed at every. Turn coyotes like fruit so do coyotes? Do they climb trees in balance on branches so that they can get all the fruit that they want? Look it up. Yeah look pictures of coyotes. Climbing trees they take small animals like dogs out of the backyard. So coyotes can jump over fences six feet or under and squeezed through slats of Pickett's three inches or wider. They also dig under if they need to the what else. All sorts of crazy stuff a coyote will say. Hey Lizard compare your lunch. Yeah.
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"coyotes" Discussed on Bay Curious
"It may feel like these are popping up here in the city all of a sudden but they are actually recolonizing. The places they used to live abundantly coyotes are native to California and we're found throughout the bay area including in San Francisco until the mid nineteen hundreds. It was during the nineteen forties. That people started killing coyotes in mass using powerful poison called compound. Ten Eighty meant to keep vermin out of their ranching and farmlands compound ten eighty was banned President Nixon in nineteen seventy two but people still feared and hated coyotes hunting them and even holding cody killing contests. In fact I've had people tell me When they were kids now. These people are my age. I'm seventy so when they were kids. They were paid four dollars to bring into coach years. This mistreatment nearly wiped coyotes out from the bay area completely but then in two thousand and two something amazing happened. Bola a coyote was cited in the presidio. This was a big deal. Work Iot back in the city and if so where did they come from? So the theory popped up in. Everybody's been trying to push it that they walked over Golden Gate Bridge which nobody has ever seen. That's very unlikely most ecologists. I've spoken to think it's it's kind of crazy idea okay. So they probably didn't come trotting over the bridge even though that sounds adorable. Janet says a much more likely theory. Is that a trapper rock. Hyoety is over from the North Bay since then coyotes have been busy repopulating. San Francisco's urban parks. Places like the presidio Glen Canyon and Golden Gate Park. Each one of these territories has a coyote family living in it or at least a coyote passing through so the largest I have seen is seven youngsters. They don't all survive according to San Francisco Animal. Care and control the total number of coyotes. Living in San Francisco is dozens and the reason. This number isn't more specific is because there hasn't actually been rigorous tracking program. So it's hard to know the numbers for sure. But Janet says that since she's been studying them the coyote population in San Francisco has basically remained the same. And if you think you're seeing a lot of coyotes in an area you're probably seeing the same ones over and.
"coyotes" Discussed on Bay Curious
"Support for bay. Curious comes from Sierra. Nevada Brewing Company. Family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred reminding listeners to think for themselves but drink with others. Sierra Nevada Dot Com reporter Bianca Taylor headed out to answer Lawrence questions about coyotes when I started researching for this story. I knew I had to talk to Janet Kessler and I actually met Janet years ago when I would run around the park in the morning and I'd see her with this huge camera taking pictures of coyotes. Soy Engine Kessler people in this area. Do you know me as the Coyote Lady. I met my first Rodeo on twin peaks. And this coyote was interested in me and my dog as I was in hurt must have been a youngster and We sat down and watched each other with her showing her enthusiasm her interest for excitement her intelligence all of that came to the fore and in probably maybe ten ten do twenty minutes that we were watching her and I decided I had to find out more. Jeanette Kessler as a field researcher who has been observing coyotes and San Francisco for thirteen years. I wake up this morning. For instance woke up four. She goes out twice a day once at dawn and again at night she brings with her a huge camera to take photos and videos of the coyotes and Sometimes I wake to name them telling you their personalities their scowl and there's sparks and One Who waits around for Squirrel is called Squirrel naming them helps her keep track of their individual behaviors movements. And of course.