How the Coyote Tried to Cross the Sound
Bob Woodruff

The recent report of another coyote washing up on the Vineyard’s north shore prompts a few observations on the prospects of the coyote establishing a population here.

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Coyote Washes Up on Lambert's Cove Beach
Ivy Ashe

A dead coyote was found washed ashore early this week on Lambert's Cove Beach, the second coyote to wash up in that location this year. An Island naturalist said the coyote likely came from Naushon, which hosts a large population of coyotes, and drowned.

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Coyote Concerns
Suzan Bellincampi

As sorry as Mark Twain described coyotes in Roughing It may appear, there seems to be little sympathy for coyotes on Martha’s Vineyard.

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Beachcombers Find Dead Coyote on Lambert's Cove Beach
Sara Brown

A coyote washed up on Lambert's Cove Beach on Friday, reigniting theories about one or two living on the Island. But experts believe this coyote drifted over from the Elizabeth Islands.

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Coyote Threat Sparks Hunting Discussion
Linda Black

If coyotes get a foothold on the Vineyard, the results could be disastrous, for farmers, landowners and the native wild animal population on the Island.

This was the somber message from Augustus Ben David 2nd, a former director of the Massachusetts Audubon Society’s Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary and one of the Island’s most respected naturalists, who spoke at a gathering at the Howes House on Monday.

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Island Coyote Reports Proven In Lab Results
Mike Seccombe

There is at least one coyote living on Martha’s Vineyard. Gus Ben David is 100 per cent sure of that, although he has only 97 per cent proof.

The coyote, or coyotes, have established territory on the north side of the Island, in an area covering part of Chilmark and West Tisbury.

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If Only They Ate Skunks: Credible Coyote Sighting Worries Expert
Peter Brannen

Island farmers were alarmed this week to learn of the possible presence of a visitor from the mainland: a coyote.

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