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Serena Lanza <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 25 Jul 2005 09:45:40 -0400
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Hi Amy,

My neighbor called and left a message on my machine that day that stated
that there were 4 coyotes in my back paddock. He said they were
crisscrossing each other and running around. My take on things is that the
birds who disappeared totally were carted off and eaten, the dead and
dying were "practice" for the youngsters. We have been leaving Lassie out
at night and in during the day. The day time hours are covered by Bronson
(got to give Lassie a break). Lassie is limping though so I know he's been
scrapping with something during the night. He's OK though, no gaping
wounds.



M. Serena Lanza
Sr. Payroll Specialist
New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
Lawrence, MA
978-738-4812



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Man that stinks Serena!  I'm so sorry.  Sounds like more than one coyote
to
me.  In one way you feel bad for the wildlife who find themselves uprooted
with new developement, but the sympathy sure wanes when your livestock
suffer.  Hopefully they will move on.  That Lassie is some dog.  You
couldn't have a better guardian for your remaining birds.

Amy
Good Shepherd Farm
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