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Through his stunning photography, Wyman Meinzer chronicles the life of the coyote from a flea-covered, one-pound fuzzball whelp into a glistening, furry jewel that moves with fluid grace across the Texas plains. The coyote has become the symbol of western freedom in popular culture, and historically its range was limited to west of the Mississippi River. Yet now--in spite of a hundred-year effort to exterminate this wild canine--coyote howls can be heard from Los Angeles to the Bronx and from Alaska to Costa Rica. Apart ...

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1996, Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, TX

ISBN-13: 9780896723535

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