WILTZ: Our nation’s wild critters have learned to adapt to our lifestyles
My brother-in-law, Al, lives in a modestly affluent neighborhood south of 57th Street in Sioux Falls. He’s an avid gardener faced with a major reoccurring problem — plant-eating whitetail deer. While eating breakfast at the kitchen table, I watched a pair of coyotes frolic about the yard. I was at my sister’s house in Mokena, Ill., a Chicago suburb.
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