Additional Reading

The following is a partial list of booklets, bulletins, etc. pertaining to various aspects of coyote control and predator management in general.

Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage. Robert M..Timm, editor. Great Plains Agricultural Council Wildlife Resources Committee and the Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service.

B-1509, Applicator Manual for Compound 1080 in Livestock Protection Collars. Texas Agricultural Extension Service.

B-1429, Procedures for Evaluating Predation on Livestock and Wildlife. Texas Agricultural Extension Service ($5 per copy).

Impacts, Incidence, and Control of Predation on Livestock in the United States, with particular Reference to Predation by Coyotes. Dale A. Wade. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, Special Publication No.10, March 1982.

Livestock Guarding Dogs: Protecting Sheep from Predators. Agricultural Information Bulletin No.588, USDA.

Building an Electric Antipredator Fence. Extension Publication PNW 225, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho Cooperative Extension Services.

L-1908, Trapping Coyotes. Texas Animal Damage Control Service.

L-1917, Controlling Coyotes with Snares. Texas Animal Damage Control Service.

Predator Damage in the West: A Study of Coyote Management Alternatives. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

C-578, Understanding the Coyote. Kansas Cooperative Extension Service.

Coyotes: Biology Behavior and Management. M..Bekoff, editor. Academic Press, Sandiego, CA.

Meinzer, W.P. Coyote. Texas Tech University Press: Lubbock, 1995.

Coyotes in the Southwest: A Compendium of Our Knowledge. D.Rollins, Editor. Symposium proceedings. Texas Agricultural Extension Service, San Angelo.($10 per copy).

A Matter of Perspective (A 23-minute video that examines the controversy surrounding coyotes in Texas. Available for $20 per copy from TAEX, 7887 N. Hwy. 87, San Angelo.