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Randy S

I'm so tired of bad news. This is one time that we won't be able to blame loss of habitat. I would think that losing jack rabbits would really put a hurt on coyotes. At least we'd start seeing a lot more fox again, well until a mouse virus shows up. 

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rich223

One virus after another, one invasive plant and animal species after another, one invasive insect destroying our native trees and plants after another. Never seems to end. Thank you the global economy.

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SelbyLowndes
On 5/21/2020 at 10:02 AM, rich223 said:

Thank you the global economy.

 

Mixed blessing, isn't it...SelbyLowndes

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Tim Frazier

This breaks my heart.  Is there nothing we can't screw up!

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Curt
7 hours ago, SelbyLowndes said:

 

Mixed blessing, isn't it...SelbyLowndes

I guess I don't see the 'blessing' part.

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SODAKer

Cant we just go back to the clap and/or crabs and call it a day. 

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Rockdoc

Well, that answers my question. When I take Trace out I just let him run off leash, lately he's picked up the annoying habit of coming back in, typically with a long dead rabbit in his mouth. Some of these rabbit carcasses have really been disgusting. In addition, I've noticed more flies than usual lately. Two weeks ago he also ran down and killed a young rabbit. He's a very fast dog but I was still surprised.

 

Steve

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dogrunner

Seeing plenty of bunnies in my area and haven't found any dead ones while out and about except on the road doing the suicide thing.

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