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Aerial-gunning foes ask Obama to ban practice

A wildlife advocacy group Friday asked President Barack Obama to end aerial gunning of coyotes and other predators, citing an Idaho incident where a shotgun-wielding parachutist illegally fired on a wolf.

There’s nothing wily about feeding coyotes

Despite the aura of Washington State University, a few people in Pullman have managed to remain ignorant about wildlife. We’re talking about people with soft hearts and brains of mush.

Coyote presence concerns neighbors

A north Spokane neighborhood was awakened Sunday morning around 4 a.m. to the gruesome sound of two coyotes killing and eating a family’s pet cat. “I heard that ‘rowwrrr’ sound, like two cats fighting,” said Rich Silva, who lives at 2228 W. Olympic Ave., just three blocks north of Shadle Park. “By the time I peeked out, they were just mauling that cat. Unfortunately, I heard its last sounds.”