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WHAT IS THE COYOTE?


The Coyotes lesser known name is the Desert Wolf. Although it doesn't always live in the desert and it looks more like a dog. They are capable of surviving in rural and urban areas and often prefer fields and farmlands with tons of open space. They grow to be about the size of an average german sheppard, making their size dangerous to humans. The male of the species is also often much larger then the female just like in people.



You can also recognize a coyote from a wolf by looking at its tail. Domestic dogs and coyotes carry their tail low when running, unlike the wolf. The front foot of a coyote is larger then it's back foot to help it reach its maximum speed of fifty kilometers per hour. This is approximately 30 mph for all of you on the other measuring system. They hunt in groups when they are old enough to call out to each other. Their call can travel up to 4.5 km or 3 miles out at night in the open spaces. Coyotes can survive in urban areas as long as they can find food and shelter. They use ravines and river or creekbeds to travel between urban centers.














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In the wild they eat mostly rodents, birds and rabbits. When in urban areas they eat garbage, domestic pets such as cats and small dogs as well as raccoons, possums and ducks. They mostly hunt and live a solitary life but they come together when food is scarce to hunt bigger prey such as deer or elk. They also mate in early February and build a den under a tree or stump. They usually dig it out in order to create a place for their young to thrive. Their gestation period is sixty days, so they have their young in early April. They usually give birth to anywhere between four and six young pups and unlike people both parents share responsibility in raising the pups. At ten weeks of age the young learn to hunt on their own and leave the den. they also live for 18 years in captivity and 8 years in the wild.

 

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