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Laura Patton

Furbearer Biologist

Ky. Dept. of Fish

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Ky. Dept. of Fish

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Furbearer Biologist

Kentucky Department of Fish


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http://spectator.org/archives/2012/04/23/the-nature-that-we-make

According to Laura Patton, Furbearer Biologist for the Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, coyotes "will kill and eat domestic cats, but attacks on small dogs are often related to territorial issues more than feeding."
Don't you love her title -- "Furbearer" Biologist. I wonder if that refers to her or to the animals she studies.


http://www.fortthomasmatters.com/2015/07/fort-thomas-resident-worried-coyotes.html

They are now found in all 120 Kentucky counties," said Laura Patton, Furbearer Biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
"I suspect there are higher concentrations in agricultural areas. They eat everything from grasshoppers to garden vegetables." According to the department, coyotes have made suburban areas their home, and are often observed in back yards, or prowling neighborhood streets during the night. Suburban residents should take note that coyotes will kill and eat domestic cats, but Patton said attacks on small dogs are often related to territorial issues, than feeding.


http://www.thelevisalazer.com/news/regional-news?start=36

Kevin Raymond, a wildlife biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, saw the animal was twice the size of a coyote, and contacted furbearer biologist Laura Patton, who submitted samples to federal officials for DNA testing.


http://www.thelevisalazer.com/news/regional-news/7966-73-pound-animal-taken-by-a-hunter-near-munfordville-in-hart-county

Kevin Raymond, a wildlife biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, saw the animal was twice the size of a coyote, and contacted furbearer biologist Laura Patton, who submitted samples to federal officials for DNA testing.


Wildlife Management : Trapping Today

"Trapping is used as a management tool to both increase populations and reduce populations," said Laura Patton, furbearer biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.


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