There's been some aggresive coyotes lately in B.C. with some people bitten, often while out walking pets. James, whose coat was torn up and left hand injured during the incident, has been recovering at home since it happened. .......... Beck recalls going out to the same area about five or six years ago when coyotes were killing sheep. Last year, aggressive coyotes were dealt with in Penticton. A woman was also bitten at the mine site in Princeton in 2012. In 2013, there have been two coyote attacks in Kamloops, he said. There continues to be a healthy population of the animals in the South Okanagan, and according to Beck, most of the coyote issues that take place involve people walking their dogs, smaller dogs in particular......... http://www.castanet.net/news/Penticton/104698/Coyote-cull-begins-following-attack A couple years ago, coyotes killed a woman in N.B. or N.S. I can't remember ever hearing about such a thing until several years ago when it started, IIRC. Is this kind of thing being seen south of the border, too? What do you make of it? Not enuf coyote hunters?