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One has a long barrel for use on varmints: coyotes, bobcats and foxes.
The forest also is home to bear, coyote, deer and birds from hairy woodpeckers to red-breasted sapsuckers.
These outré installations came to feature Meza’s large-scale paintings and funny-surreal mannequin configurations, including smiling dummies with their pants around their ankles and a taxidermy coyote dragging away a child.
Wildlife Services is at the center of several lawsuits across the West, including some linked to those sodium devices after one placed in Idaho this year to kill coyotes instead temporarily blinded a boy and killed his dog.
However, investigators said there were no signs that suggested a coyote dragged the girl away.
Stephen O'Brien ran to the spot where the attack occurred and saw coyote prints and scratch marks in the snow.
The center takes in about 2,000 animals a year — half of them birds that range from owls to mallard ducks, the other half mammals that include weasels and coyote pups.
Because animal activists pulled all-nighters to shoo a trio of coyote puppies living near La Guardia Airport — Dumbo, Tony, and Floppy — away from traps set to kill them.
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