One of the most affluent and fastest-growing cities in the state, Sugar Land, TX, is developing land at a rapid rate. Unfortunately, this often leads to increased conflicts with local wildlife. White-tailed deer are often found running into Texas roadways or feeding from flowerbeds and the foliage of trees. Damage to plants can also come from eastern cottontail rabbits, which tend to strike gardens at night. Both pests attract coyotes into Sugar Land neighborhoods, as well. Roaming in packs of up to eight members, these dog-like predators use their excellent sense of smell to locate garbage cans and stalk prey, including livestock and pets.