Coyote Fur is in Demand Thanks to Popular Parkas

To trappers, coyotes are one of the few money-making animals, along with bobcats and a few others.

  • Published 28 February 2019
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HERKIMER, N.Y. (AP) — Those fur-trimmed parkas so common on city sidewalks have become a boon to backwoods trappers. Coyote fur pelts are in big demand to provide the lush, silvery or tawny-tinged arcs of fur on the hoods on Canada Goose coats and their many global imitators. A good western coyote, prized for its silky, light-colored fur, can fetch more than $100. The top price at a recent Colorado auction hit $170, a 40… Read at AP News