Coyote – SOTW Metal http://sotwmetal.com/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 20:04:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://sotwmetal.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/sotw-150x150.png Coyote – SOTW Metal http://sotwmetal.com/ 32 32 Coyote Basketball To Tip-Off Dakota Days https://sotwmetal.com/coyote-basketball-to-tip-off-dakota-days/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 20:04:19 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/coyote-basketball-to-tip-off-dakota-days/ [ad_1] History links Dakota Days kicks off at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center on Monday, October 17. Coyote fans of all ages are encouraged to attend this free event, which will include USD men’s and women’s basketball competitions, performances by Sound of USD and USD Spiirt Squad, and fireworks at the end. […]]]>

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Dakota Days kicks off at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center on Monday, October 17. Coyote fans of all ages are encouraged to attend this free event, which will include USD men’s and women’s basketball competitions, performances by Sound of USD and USD Spiirt Squad, and fireworks at the end.

Doors will open for the event at 5:30 p.m. with games on the Sanford Coyote Sports Center lobby hosted by various Coyote teams. Fans will receive a free Dakota Days commemorative koozie, mug and beach ball.

The Sound of USD and Spirit team will begin the festivities on the floor at 6:15 p.m., followed by the presentation of the ’22-’23 men’s and women’s basketball teams. Teams will take to the stage for a three-point contest, a dribbling obstacle course and more.

During breaks in the action, fans will be introduced to the Dakota Days King and Queen candidates and hear from special guests like the head football coach Bob Nielsen.

The evening will end with an outdoor fireworks display. Fans are encouraged to make their way to the DakotaDome parking lot at 7:30 p.m. to view the exhibit, which will be filmed north of Highway 50.

South Dakota basketball begins the regular season on Monday, Nov. 7, with the men taking on the Wisconsin Badgers in Madison, WI while the women host the Midland Warriors at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center. Season Passes are available now at GoYotes.com/Tickets.

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Cohasset Coyote Attack injures dog – NBC Boston https://sotwmetal.com/cohasset-coyote-attack-injures-dog-nbc-boston/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 04:47:48 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/cohasset-coyote-attack-injures-dog-nbc-boston/ [ad_1] A Massachusetts woman is grateful her dog is okay after a coyote attacked the 14-pound dachshund Thursday morning in the backyard of her Cohasset home. Amy Martin says “Tsuki” is stitched up and healed, but is resting at home after the “scary” incident. She says Tsuki was outside in her fenced yard with her […]]]>

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A Massachusetts woman is grateful her dog is okay after a coyote attacked the 14-pound dachshund Thursday morning in the backyard of her Cohasset home.

Amy Martin says “Tsuki” is stitched up and healed, but is resting at home after the “scary” incident. She says Tsuki was outside in her fenced yard with her boyfriend when a coyote appeared out of nowhere around 8:15 a.m.

“He said he didn’t hear anything except that she let out a really weird scream, and he’d never heard that sound come out of her before,” Martin explained. “He looked up and saw she was in the coyote’s mouth.”

Cohasset police are urging residents to be on alert after two coyote attacks on the same day.

Although they aren’t sure exactly how the coyote got into their yard near Beechwood and Riverview Drive, Martin’s boyfriend says he saw it jump over the 4ft fence to escape after scaring him off.

“We never let her wander out of sight because we know it could happen, but you don’t really think you have to be on top of her and something is going to jump into your yard that’s fenced and gated. . II guess it’s a false sense of security.”

Nearby resident Laura Kline says it’s concerning as a mother with a small child. She says she had no idea it was happening so close to home.

Martin says she knows how lucky they are that it hasn’t gotten worse. Now she urges others to be vigilant.

“I really thought, yeah, today is the day we lost her, she’s gone,” Martin recalled. “Fortunately, it was the reverse result of that.”

About a month ago, police said there were two more attacks in town, one on Highland Avenue and the other in Whitney Thayer Woods, where a man said he was attacked while he went out with his dogs.

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Bear, coyote and cougar sightings reported in Leeds and Thousand Islands https://sotwmetal.com/bear-coyote-and-cougar-sightings-reported-in-leeds-and-thousand-islands/ Fri, 20 May 2022 16:35:33 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/bear-coyote-and-cougar-sightings-reported-in-leeds-and-thousand-islands/ [ad_1] Content of the article Residents of Leeds Township and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) are reporting sightings of bears and cougars in addition to coyotes that have plagued the area for several years now. Content of the article “Spring means animals are on the move,” the township said in a recent statement. “Residents report sightings […]]]>

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Residents of Leeds Township and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) are reporting sightings of bears and cougars in addition to coyotes that have plagued the area for several years now.

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“Spring means animals are on the move,” the township said in a recent statement. “Residents report sightings of bears and cougars in the township. For emergency encounters with bears, coyotes or cougars, contact 911 immediately.

If you encounter one of these animals, try to stay calm. Do not try to approach them and do not try to feed them. A female with her young is particularly dangerous because she will do whatever she has to to protect them. Do not run away from animals or turn your back on them – these behaviors convince animals that you are prey. Instead, stand up straight and back up slowly if possible, allowing animals to escape from you. Don’t try to make eye contact with them. Do not show your teeth – this is a sign of aggression and can provoke an attack. In most cases, if you don’t threaten them or show interest in them, they will leave.

Specific behaviors also apply, depending on the animal. For bears, throwing objects or yelling and making noise are all good deterrents. If you are carrying food, drop it and back off. Only in the case of a mother with young should you consider playing dead. If you know bears are in your area, consider keeping bear spray on hand and using it as needed.

For any wild cats – bobcats, bobcats, or cougars – making yourself look bigger than you are often works. If the animal does not back away or begins to approach you, it may help to yell and throw things.

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As for the coyotes, keep your distance from them and they will most likely avoid you.

It is best to prevent your property from becoming attractive to these animals. Do not put fish, meat or dairy products in your composter. Thoroughly clean garbage cans with a strong-smelling cleaning agent like ammonia, and don’t throw away edible waste unless it’s picked up immediately. Keep pet food collected and inside the house and keep your pets indoors at night to protect them from attack. Spaying your dogs will help keep them from becoming attractive to coyotes (which will breed with domestic dogs). Use motion sensor lighting for yards and buildings.

If it becomes necessary, contact the municipality at 613-659-2415, toll free: 1-866-220-2327 or 1-855-961-7018 after hours, and inform them of the type of animal that you have seen/encountered and follow their instructions. Not all sightings require action, and knowing how to behave appropriately can help prevent property damage, injury, and even death.

“To report sightings in your area, please contact the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry,” the statement said. The ministry can be contacted at 1-877-847-7667.

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Expect coyote sightings during the height of calving season https://sotwmetal.com/expect-coyote-sightings-during-the-height-of-calving-season/ Wed, 18 May 2022 14:18:00 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/expect-coyote-sightings-during-the-height-of-calving-season/ [ad_1] RALEIGH – Coyotes are common throughout North Carolina, even in cities and suburbs, but often go unnoticed because they are very good at avoiding people. However, NC Wildlife Resources Commission biologists say coyote sightings increase in the spring, so it’s imperative to know what attracts them and what to do if you see one. […]]]>

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RALEIGH – Coyotes are common throughout North Carolina, even in cities and suburbs, but often go unnoticed because they are very good at avoiding people. However, NC Wildlife Resources Commission biologists say coyote sightings increase in the spring, so it’s imperative to know what attracts them and what to do if you see one.

Coyotes prefer to raise their young in secluded areas, but keeping a litter of well-fed, healthy pups means searching for food at all hours and covering a large territory. Coyotes roam a wide area in search of food, sometimes traversing neighborhoods and densely populated areas in search of an easy meal. Coyotes primarily eat rabbits, small rodents, insects, fruit, and dead animals, but will also eat outdoor pet food and food scraps left near homes. Small pets, such as cats and small-breed dogs, should always be closely supervised when outdoors, as they can easily be mistaken for a coyote’s natural prey.

A dog-proof fence, which is at least 6 feet high and prevents digging under it, is the only guarantee of a coyote-free zone, but there are other ways to keep coyotes from hanging around. .

“Try to remove any food sources that might attract coyotes and find ways to actively make the area uncomfortable for them, said Falyn Owens, extension biologist for the Wildlife Commission.

Owens offers these tips for deterring coyotes:

Feed pets indoors and keep food waste in secure containers. If you feed pets outdoors, set specific feeding times and then remove dishes and spilled food.

Keep fruit and birdseed off the ground. They can attract coyotes and their rodent prey.

Keep cats and small dogs on a leash or in a harness when outdoors.

Haze coyotes away from homes and businesses. Examples include waving arms and shouting loudly until a coyote leaves, spraying them with a garden hose, or throwing small rocks in their direction.

Pup season brings an added factor to interacting with coyotes.

“Coyotes generally avoid confrontations with people, but they are diligent parents. A coyote that has young pups nearby is more likely to hold on than run away. If you’re going through a brushy or wooded area and you notice a coyote watching or following you from a distance, there might be a den nearby,” Owens said. “Leave calmly and let others know to avoid the area if you are near a public footpath. Coyotes will leave once their young are old enough to survive outside the den.

Coyotes rarely attack people, but sometimes take an interest in our pets. Keep cats indoors, and if you’re walking a small dog and notice a coyote watching or following you, pick up the dog and mist the coyote until it leaves. Teaching a coyote to have a healthy fear of people is a great way to discourage unwanted behavior and promote coexistence.

If you have questions about interactions with coyotes, visit www.ncwildlife.org/coyote or contact the NC Wildlife Helpline, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 866-318-2401 or email email to HWI@ncwildlife.org.

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up to the task — NOAA #ENSO – Coyote Gulch https://sotwmetal.com/up-to-the-task-noaa-enso-coyote-gulch/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 11:54:37 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/up-to-the-task-noaa-enso-coyote-gulch/ [ad_1] La Niña continues in the tropical Pacific, with the ocean and atmosphere clearly reflecting La Niña conditions. Current forecasts favor the continuation of La Niña throughout the summer (59% chance), with a slightly lower chance in the fall (50-55% chance). A third year of La Niña would be quite unusual – we’ve only seen […]]]>

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La Niña continues in the tropical Pacific, with the ocean and atmosphere clearly reflecting La Niña conditions. Current forecasts favor the continuation of La Niña throughout the summer (59% chance), with a slightly lower chance in the fall (50-55% chance). A third year of La Niña would be quite unusual – we’ve only seen two more since 1950. I’ll analyze the numbers to see how current conditions add up and what affects the chances of La Niña later this year .

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Let’s take stock of the current ENSO (ENSO=El Niño/Southern Oscillation, the entire El Niño/La Niña ocean-atmosphere system) conditions in the tropical Pacific. In March, the sea surface temperature in the key ENSO monitoring region (Niño-3.4) was still well within the La Niña range, about 1.0°C cooler than the long-term average (1991 -2020), based on our most reliable historical record. , ERSSTv5. Remember: the La Niña threshold is a temperature anomaly – a difference from the long-term average – in the Niño-3.4 region of -0.5°C or lower. March 2022 was the 6th most negative March sea surface temperature anomaly at Niño-3.4 since 1950.

Monthly sea surface temperature anomalies (difference from mean) in the Niño 3.4 region of the tropical Pacific for 2020–22 (purple line) and all other multi-year La Niñas (gray lines) from 1950 Climate.gov chart based on ERSSTv5 temperature data.

As you can see from the graph, March 2022 also tied for the coldest of nine Grade 2 La Niña events on record, for this time of year.

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Although ocean surface temperature is a definite indication that La Niña is still strong, it is not unusual for this time of year and does not necessarily tell us much about how long this La Niña will last. Things start to get interesting when we look at the atmosphere, however, providing a bit more insight into why forecasters favor a continuation of La Niña throughout the summer.

Frequent travelers to the ENSO blog know that ENSO is a coupled ocean-atmosphere system. Temperature changes in the tropical Pacific Ocean influence the circulation of the atmosphere (Walker’s circulation); these atmospheric changes in turn affect the temperature of the ocean, and so on. For example, La Niña features cooler than average surface waters in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific and warmer than average surface waters in the far western Pacific. This cold versus warm pattern leads to less rising air and storms over the central Pacific and more over Indonesia, amplifying the normal Walker circulation and driving stronger near-surface winds along the equator – the trade winds. Stronger trade winds further cool the surface and keep even more warm water piled up in the far western Pacific, strengthening La Niña… you know where I’m coming from! For more details, visit Michelle’s post on ENSO mechanics.

La Niña feedbacks between the ocean and the atmosphere. Diagram from Climate.gov by Emily Eng and inspired by NOAA PMEL.

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Enough preamble – what is Walker traffic doing right now? I thought you would never ask. It really smells like oats these days, as several different atmospheric measurements tell us.

Let’s first talk about the Southern Equatorial Oscillation, an index that measures the relative sea level pressure in the far western Pacific compared to that of the eastern Pacific. When the EQSOI is positive, it indicates lower than average pressure over the west (more rain and cloud) and above average pressure over the east (less rain and cloud). i.e. evidence of a stronger Walker circulation. In March, the EQSOI measured 1.4, the 6th strongest since 1950.

As I mentioned above, stronger trade winds are the key to the La Niña feedback between the ocean and the atmosphere. The trade winds strengthened until March and remain stronger than average until mid-April. You want a number, you say? OK! There is an index that measures near-surface winds in the central Pacific region from 5°N to 5°S, 175°W to 140°W; it was 4.3 meters per second (9.6 miles per hour) faster than average in March. This is the highest March value on record, but there’s a catch: this record only dates back to 1979.

One more clue! The central Pacific was much less cloudy and rainy than average in March. We monitor cloudiness by satellite, looking at the amount of radiation leaving the Earth’s surface and reaching the satellites. Less radiation reaching the satellite means more clouds blocking the path.

Longwave radiation outgoing from March 2022 compared to the 1991 to 2020 average. Brown regions show where satellites received more radiation from Earth’s surface, indicating fewer clouds and drier conditions. Green shows regions with more clouds. Figure from the Map Room of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society.

The index that measures outgoing radiation (and therefore cloudiness), the CPOLR, tells us that this March had the fewest clouds of any March recorded over the central Pacific. We are number 1! Again, however, like the winds, this record only dates back to 1979, when the era of satellite measurement began. So, a grain of salt with your records.

One last measurement today: let’s look below the surface of the tropical Pacific Ocean. The amount of cooler than average water below the surface increased in March. This cooler groundwater provides a cooler water supply to the surface, contributing to ENSO forecasters’ prediction that La Niña will persist through the summer. In terms of the index, last month the water below the surface was the coolest March 9 since 1979.

Water temperatures in the top 700 meters (2,300 ft) of the tropical Pacific Ocean relative to the 1991–2020 average in early spring 2022. NOAA Climate.gov animation, based on data from the Climate Prediction Center from NOAA.

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There are two main sources of information for ENSO forecasters: current atmospheric and ocean conditions and predictions from computer models. Computer models have a harder time making successful long-term predictions in April, during the spring predictability barrier, although they remain an essential tool. Current model forecasts are mostly split between staying in La Niña or shifting to neutral in the summer. In anticipation of next fall, the North American Multi-Model Ensemble is leaning toward La Niña conditions.

There is a lot of uncertainty in the current forecasts, which is reflected in the probabilities. The chances of La Niña holding for the next few months are quite confident, bolstered by cooler groundwater and the current strong Walker circulation. The chance of a third year La Niña has a slight advantage for the fall, over the chance of neutral conditions. El Niño is unlikely—less than a 10% chance. None of the models predicted El Niño for the fall, and none of those March weather conditions I described earlier were followed by El Niño later in the year. It’s not impossible, nature is full of surprises, but very unlikely.

Water temperatures in the top 700 meters (2,300 ft) of the tropical Pacific Ocean relative to the 1991–2020 average in early spring 2022. NOAA Climate.gov animation, based on data from the Climate Prediction Center from NOAA.

La Niña influences hurricane season (more storms in the Atlantic, less in the eastern Pacific), is linked to spring tornado activity (complicated links!) and can increase the risk of drought in some areas. Given all of these important relationships, we will be watching the forecast closely and hope to begin breaking out of the spring predictability barrier in the coming months.

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Update on progress on Browns homes on Coyote Pass property https://sotwmetal.com/update-on-progress-on-browns-homes-on-coyote-pass-property/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 08:19:34 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/update-on-progress-on-browns-homes-on-coyote-pass-property/ [ad_1] Since Christine Brown and Kody Brown’s divorce, have there been any updates on the construction situation on Coyote Pass? Well, according to their son, Paedon Brown, the sister wives the stars haven’t even started building their new homes. Robyn, Meri, Kody, Christine and Janelle Brown, ‘Sister Wives’ | CCM Brown’s plans for Coyote Pass […]]]>

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Since Christine Brown and Kody Brown’s divorce, have there been any updates on the construction situation on Coyote Pass? Well, according to their son, Paedon Brown, the sister wives the stars haven’t even started building their new homes.

Robyn, Meri, Kody, Christine and Janelle Brown, ‘Sister Wives’ | CCM

Brown’s plans for Coyote Pass

In sister wives Season 13, which aired in 2019, fans saw Kody Brown uproot his four wives and 18 children and move them to Flagstaff, Arizona. The sister wives went from living in homes on the same cul-de-sac in Las Vegas, Nevada, to four very separate homes in Flagstaff.

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Wolf rescued from coyote trap at Fort McCoy, then fitted with collar for satellite tracking | Local News https://sotwmetal.com/wolf-rescued-from-coyote-trap-at-fort-mccoy-then-fitted-with-collar-for-satellite-tracking-local-news/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 15:29:00 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/wolf-rescued-from-coyote-trap-at-fort-mccoy-then-fitted-with-collar-for-satellite-tracking-local-news/ [ad_1] Scott Sturkol Fort McCoy Public Affairs Office Fort McCoy Natural Resources Division (NRB) Public Works Branch personnel were alerted Feb. 10 by Mike Borchers, a registered trapper, that a wolf had been caught in a coyote trap at Fort McCoy. Immediately the staff responded to where the wolf was. NRB staff who responded included […]]]>

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Fort McCoy Natural Resources Division (NRB) Public Works Branch personnel were alerted Feb. 10 by Mike Borchers, a registered trapper, that a wolf had been caught in a coyote trap at Fort McCoy. Immediately the staff responded to where the wolf was.

NRB staff who responded included NRB chief Tim Wilder, natural resources specialist Kevin Luepke and endangered species biologist Jessup Weichelt. DeWayne Snobl, an employee of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Eau Claire Wildlife Services, which supports the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), also responded.

“Having spent the past 16 years here at Fort McCoy, primarily as a cooperating partner employed by Colorado State University and now recently as an Army civilian, I was quite familiar with the process that needed to take place. “, said Luepke. “The trapper called the NRB to report that he had accidentally caught a wolf in one of his foothold sets that was targeting coyotes.”

Once coordination was established and people reacted, Wilder, who is also a wildlife biologist, said the decision was made to put a tracking collar on the wolf. Snobl “came down, tranquilized the wolf and placed a satellite collar on her,” he said.

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“We first verified that the captured animal was indeed a wolf when we arrived, Luepke said. “After the positive identification, we moved away from the animal more than 200 meters to give him space so that he remained calm and did not injure himself. When the USDA Wildlife Services biologist arrived, he gave everyone an outline of what they would like to see happen and who would perform certain tasks.

Those tasks included having someone be a decoy to keep the wolf focused on him while Snoble administered the tranquilizer, Luepke said. This also involved assisting with removing the foot trap, laying out blankets, checking for a clear airway, weighing the animal, monitoring respiration and temperature, taking notes and recording information , and to hand over the tools and equipment to the USDA biologist. necklace.

“After the collar was fitted and all biological data collected, the animal was given reversal medication to wake the wolf up,” Luepke said. “The 3-year-old, 73-pound wolf was then monitored remotely to ensure she was able to get back to her feet. Once the wolf was able to get up on its own and moved away a bit, all staff left the area to give the wolf a chance to lie down and fully recover. The collar that was used will provide valuable and interesting data to WDNR, USDA Wildlife Services, our staff at Fort McCoy and other agencies for approximately three years. This data will be used to identify the boundaries of her territory and the location of a future den site if/when additional wolves join her in that territory.

Like Luepke, Weichelt said he was proud to be part of the rescue effort.

“It was ironic that the very day it happened, wolves were put back on the endangered species list,” Weichelt said. “We would have had her tied up anyway, but now she will more than likely survive as there will be no hunting or trapping season in the near future. Also, when a wolf is trapped like this, I contact WDNR who then contacts USDA Wildlife Services. They complement all wolf collars for the WDNR. We then receive updates from WDNR on the location of the Collared Wolf.”

Although wolves being inadvertently captured in coyote traps is a fairly rare occurrence, it has happened at Fort McCoy for the past 20 years, Wilder said. In December 2011, a wolf captured in a coyote trap on South Post also had a telemetry collar fitted. This wolf eventually left Fort McCoy and headed south.

By December 2012, she had crossed the border from Wisconsin and was in northern Illinois. Unfortunately, in March 2013, she was hit by a vehicle and killed. At the time of her death, she was 108.5 miles south of where she was captured and stuck at Fort McCoy.

Fort McCoy NRB staff members are responsible for all wildlife management support and programs at the installation. The NRB team regularly works with numerous federal, state and civilian organizations and agencies to carry out this mission.

To learn more about the wildlife mission at Fort McCoy, visit the iSportsman post page at https://ftmccoy.isportsman.net.

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Cinema: Coyote Lake, a movie directed by Mexican Sara Seligman, is coming to streaming https://sotwmetal.com/cinema-coyote-lake-a-movie-directed-by-mexican-sara-seligman-is-coming-to-streaming/ https://sotwmetal.com/cinema-coyote-lake-a-movie-directed-by-mexican-sara-seligman-is-coming-to-streaming/#respond Mon, 25 Oct 2021 23:47:37 +0000 https://sotwmetal.com/cinema-coyote-lake-a-movie-directed-by-mexican-sara-seligman-is-coming-to-streaming/ [ad_1] Two women, a mother and a daughter, run an inn located next to a border lake. But beyond being an apparent tourist or adventure landscape, This site is a place of passage for those who flee or commit violence without knowing that they will find there even more danger at the hands of their […]]]>

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Two women, a mother and a daughter, run an inn located next to a border lake. But beyond being an apparent tourist or adventure landscape, This site is a place of passage for those who flee or commit violence without knowing that they will find there even more danger at the hands of their caregivers.

Teresa (Adriana Barraza) is a protective mother with Ester (Camila Mendes), a teenage girl who learned more about death than life from her mother. And it shows in the secret that hides the depth of the lake: corpses thrown by the two.

Lucky or unhappy? To live in an area where they can commit shady actions with impunity because there is no law, his life is turned upside down with the appearance of two subjects who will have to test, without knowing it, who is the strongest in an environment where survival instincts prevail.

“We are living in a period of violence that reaches the least imagined places and the most unthinkable situations. This story arose out of the complex relationship between a mother and her daughter who live in an unfavorable environment where they are or are others. I wanted my main characters to be women because women can also make detective or thriller films without having to fall into the woods or be the victims ”, director Sara Seligman tells Spoiler.

Teresa and Ester also make us think about the toxicity or unhealthiness of the mother-daughter relationship. In this sense, the violent atmospheres, the past and present circumstances of certain regions, force to mask, deform or transform the love which in theory should exist between these two beings.

“Relations between parents and children are very difficult. Not everyone is this pure love of hugs. There are also friction, clashes, and questions due to the different characters, as well as the environments they grew up in. In this case, my job is not to judge these women but to show them in the complexity of an umbilical cord that it is not easy for any of them to break ”.

So that Coyote Lake If possible, Sara Seligman has had to face and work around a reality that many directors and writers face: being in charge of your own work. When she presented the script to the producers, the story seduced them to the point of wanting to invest in its realization, but on condition that it is not directed by her.

It took him almost a decade to realize his dream of making his debut. The wait was worth it as he was able to make his dream come true on two occasions: making his first film and having Adriana Barraza starring.

“When I showed the story to Adriana Barraza, she loved it. He helped me a lot to set up the project because he showed it to his contacts, asked them to trust me. I couldn’t do it. believe because I always wanted her to be the actress in my film ”.

His film could be released in American theaters in 2019, as well as in European theaters, however, Sara wants her work to be seen in Mexico: “Although I live in the United States, I am Mexican and I want the Mexican public to give me their opinion, I also want us to know how those of us who live here tell stories.”

Coyote Lake was filmed in Texas for 15 days, far from Falcon Lake, a real lake from which Seligman was inspired to develop his scenario and whose territory is controlled by organized crime.

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