Animals: Coyote at Princeton

When domestic dogs howl at night and farmers in the morning miss a chicken or two, citizens of the Vestern U. S. know that coyotes have come in from the hills and plains. All last winter dogs howled and chickens were missing around Princeton, N. J., some 2,000 miles from coyote country.

This was explained last week when Lester Mount, a Princeton farmer's boy, saw what looked like a small, yellowish-grey police dog loping across his father's property. He seized a gun, followed the beast in a car, fired one shot. There lay...

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