When Frank Vincenti heard the sound of a coyote howling on the night of Nov. 7, he knew his efforts had failed.Staked out in his car at a baseball field about 100 feet away, Vincenti — a hobbyist wildlife tracker — had been monitoring the coyote pack, which had taken up residence near an off-site parking lot for La Guardia Airport employees over the summer. But the lone animal’s cry was worrisome. “I could hear the trauma on the father’s voice,” said Vincenti, 47. “He was totally despondent. I had never heard him vocalize like that.”

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