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This summer it was the most popular show on cable TV. Below is a full list of all the songs and artists highlighted during the 10 episodes of Yellowstone Season 2, including Blackberry Smoke being featured eight times, Ryan Bingham who also plays a character in the show featured multiple times, along with the Turnpike Troubadours, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers, Mandolin Orange, Casey Donahew, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers who received a big boost from the show during the first season , and many more.
Yellowstone centers around the famous American National Park and the conflicts that arise between the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation, land developers, and the park itself. It was created by Taylor Sheridan who is originally from Texas, and made a name developing Sons of Anarchy , as well as the movie Hell or High Water , both of which featured lots of independent and classic country music as well.
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Sheridan is given credit by many for revitalizing the modern Western. Chris Lewis August 29, am. So, there is an SOA tie-in. The music has definitely helped add some seasoning to the show. Am glad the artists will make a little extra hay off it. Denise Dowell August 31, pm. Tactical Pocket Sand August 29, pm. Taylor Sheridan is a Texas boy so he knows good country. Wind River had Turnpike Troubadors in it I remember. Honestly I really enjoy the show but the music is a standout. WCS biologists explained that wolves reduce coyote numbers by killing them outright or by causing them to shift to safer areas of the Park not utilized by wolves.
WCS concluded that de-listing of wolf protection in the region could affect long-term viability of other species, notably pronghorn. Between and , research biologists from the National Park Service at Yellowstone and University of Idaho remotely monitored pronghorn does that they had captured in the winters and fitted with radio collars equipped with mortality sensors.
They also electronically tracked 28 fawns that had been fitted within four days after birth.
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From to , they visually investigated several non-wired fawn mortality incidents. Two of the cougar predation events on adults occurred within migration corridors in the period immediately following birthing. Researchers reported that they personally witnessed two of the six coyote-killed fawn events. The bear quickly carried the non-instrumented fawn into a timbered area while being observed by a small group of alarmed adult female pronghorn nearby.
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Predators most responsible for pronghorn adult and fawn mortality were led by coyote, followed by cougar, Golden Eagle and black bear. They also state that in winter, coyotes limited in their movements by deep snow allows for high-elevation sanctuary for young pronghorn. The researchers had already chronicled incidents of pronghorn predation that mirror those of the past tens of thousands of years: That when pronghorn are away from open country, their protective advantages of visual acuity and mobility quickly diminish, and they become ambush prey for cougars and bears, notably in timbered migration corridors.
This is further supported by the higher overall rate of fawn survival in relatively wolf-rich migrant areas compared to areas inhabited solely by non-migrants and an increase in the proportion of migrants from pre to the current study period. Together, bison and pronghorn represent living specimens of survivors of large mammals going back to the Pleistocene, or North American Ice Age, at least 15, years ago.
My aunt writing about the wild dogs in her yard. They showed up, but always in a fragmented, second-hand way. I wanted to write my way closer to the coyotes, and as I did that another story showed up.
My grandfather kept standing in front of the poem, feeding the dogs in the woods by his house. She describes the work thusly:. Open Road Films. He always wants more. Coyotes are opportunistic by nature, but not sociopathic like Lou Bloom. They exhibit the kind of bold behaviour exemplified by Bloom when they lose their fear of humans, usually when they are fed by humans. This is the process for Lou Bloom as well, he begins as a petty thief that lurks in the shadows, but when his opportunistic nature is rewarded he becomes bolder and more dangerous.
This is where the comparison between the character and coyotes ends. This section will look at recent GTA news reports on coyotes, conflicts between humans and coyotes, and human control of coyotes. The way that human-wildlife interactions are reported in the news has a large impact on how we feel about and treat animals. Coyotes have been in the GTA news spotlight since November as there has been concern in many communities about coyote attacks. These kinds of stories commonly resurface a few times a year in the GTA regarding alleged attacks on pets or people, or perceived threats of conflicts due to increased sightings.
Unbalanced news reports that highlight negative and fearful citizen accounts of coyotes help to vilify the species.
Dan Sutton Since , several stories from Mississauga News about coyotes have used one file photo shown on the left taken by freelance photographer Dan Sutton. The photo of the coyote is a file photo from the Mississauga News and not the coyote suspected of the attack. I think that it is very misleading to continue to use an old photo of a sickly looking coyote for other coyote news reports.
This April video from Global News is one of the most balanced examples I found of coyote coverage in the news:. The above clip is quite reasonable, featuring experts who explain that coyote sightings were frequent at the time because of population fluctuations and the end of the mating season, and how humans negatively alter coyote behaviour by feeding them, which can lead to conflicts. It is also worth noting that in the more recent video the reporter is wearing a coyote fur trimmed Canada Goose coat.
Click here to go to the Global News site and watch the video. Whereas the first video provides a lot of information from wildlife experts, this one mostly highlights fear. The biggest benefactor of the argument for killing coyotes is the fur industry, which relies on a public that has no sentiment for this animal that happens to be a furbearer.
Coyotes naturally avoid humans, and when this behaviour changes in urban areas the cause is usually preventable. Ohio State University biologist Stan Gehrt and his team in Chicago found that almost all of the coyotes they tracked that seemed to have lost their fear of humans were being fed by humans. Coyote attacks on humans are very rare. Coyote attacks on companion animals are much more common than attacks on humans, but are not well documented.
Coyotes see cats and small dogs as prey, and larger dogs as competition particularly at locations where coyotes are being fed by humans. For example, in June there was a non-lethal coyote attack on a dog in Oakville. Data gathered revealed off-leash dogs were accessing remote areas where the den was located and appropriate actions, including posting signage and education, were taken and no further issues have been reported in this area.
If outdoor cats or off-leash dogs approach coyote dens or hunting sites, coyotes can hardly be blamed for treating these domestic animals as prey, competition, or a threat. My focus has been mostly on urban coyotes, but human persecution of coyotes for predation on livestock is a huge piece of the history of our relationship with the species.
This will be expanded upon in the following section. Predators in the American West were first hunted for their pelts in the s shortly following the introduction of strychnine, and persecution of predators began in earnest in the ss around the Great Plains commercial buffalo harvest. From the time of European settlement, the coyote has been persecuted, because people have blamed it for preying on livestock. It is amazing that the coyote has thrived despite the organized attempts that were made to eradicate it in the first half of the twentieth century.
Many governments offered bounties and funded extensive coyote control programs. A variety of devices and traps were also used to kill coyotes. While predator control programs succeeded at extensively reducing wolf numbers and eradicating them from many areas, the coyote has prevailed, even though it is the most persecuted predator in North America today. The Humane Society of the United States. These effects can increase the likelihood of conflicts, as adult coyotes end up with more healthy pups to feed. Therefore, not only are coyote culls ineffective at producing a long-term reduction in coyote populations, they also create conditions for increased conflicts.
As discussed earlier, the coyote is a keystone species in the GTA, and has a very important role in balancing ecosystems. Jennifer Roberts for The Globe and Mail What was once worn in the north out of necessity for survival from the elements has become a fashion trend in less extreme climates, such as the GTA.
Fur has come in and out of vogue many times throughout the decades, and is currently on an upswing. Coyote fur trimmed coats made by Toronto based company Canada Goose have become a winter-wear staple, worn by many news reporters, politicians, and celebrities within Canada and abroad. Derek Kettela, Sports Illustrated Out of the , animals trapped in Canada in and sold as pelts excluding the 2.
In March , animal rights group Animal Justice filed a false advertising complaint with the Competition Bureau against Canada Goose , asserting that:. To call such a thing humane depends on a very narrow and outdated understanding of the measures of suffering.
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Traps used in Canada may legally allow up to 20 percent of animals to show poor signs of welfare if they are trapped in leg hold traps, or experience severe injury, but not immediate death, if caught in body gripping traps. In the very best case scenario, these standards mean that an animal trapped in a leg hold trap that is not showing signs of poor welfare may be left in a trap for between one and five days, without food or water, in the cold. In the worst of scenarios, this means that animals suffering from severe, painful injuries caused by leg hold traps… may be left to suffer in agony from painful injuries for up to five days, experiencing frostbite or other extreme weather injuries, before the traps are checked and they are killed by a trapper.
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Meanwhile, the carotid artery continues to pump blood into the brain, eventually causing a rupture. To have blood vessels burst because of pressure must be excruciating. Even if coyotes were trapped humanely, there are many other issues involved. Our jackets are built for the coldest places on Earth—places where skin around the face can freeze in an instant. In these environments, fur is not just the best choice, but the only choice. Fur trim around a hood works to disrupt airflow and create turbulent warm air , which protects the face from frostbite.
Faux fur is only a fashion statement and does not act in the same way that real fur does to protect skin. We have chosen to use Canadian coyote fur because it is highly abundant. In fact, in many regions of North America, coyotes are considered a pest as they attack livestock, endangered prey species, pets and sometimes people. Research and development of synthetic materials has come a long way to produce warm and environmentally friendly winter garments that are free of fur and other animal materials such as down and wool.
At most, if an individual coyote becomes too habituated to humans and attacks someone, killing that individual may prevent future attacks similar to putting down violent domestic dogs-who generally also only become that way because of human actions. However, it can be very difficult to target specific coyotes that are causing conflicts, and indiscriminate killing of coyotes has been found to cause further conflicts and does not reduce populations, as shown in the above section.
Whenever and wherever men have engaged in the mindless slaughter of animals including other men , they have often attempted to justify their acts by attributing the most vicious or revolting qualities to those they would destroy; and the less reason there is for the slaughter, the greater the campaign of vilification.