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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coyote

The coyote (Canis latrans); from Nahuatl · About this sound pronunciation (help· info)) is a ... It is enlarging its range, with coyotes moving into urban areas in the Eastern U.S. ...... as animals such as shrews, moles, and brown rats do not occur in their diet in ... Excluding the insects, fruit, and grass eaten, the coyote requires an ...

wdfw.wa.gov/living/coyotes.html

At least 50,000 coyotes are thought to be living in Washington. ... They eat any small animal they can capture, including mice, rats, gophers, mountain beavers, .... strategies around your property and encourage your neighbors to do the same .

www.livescience.com/27976-coyotes.html

Sep 25, 2017 ... The coyote is a clever animal that has adapted well to growing human populations and habitat ... In cities, coyotes will eat pet food or garbage.

www.humanesociety.org/animals/coyotes/tips/coyotes_pets.html

Feb 19, 2015 ... Learn more and also how to protect community cats from coyotes. ... But that assumption can be dangerous for your animal companions. ... Do-it-yourself options also include adding PVC piping or chicken wire to the top of ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/c/coyote

These adaptable animals will eat almost anything. ... WATCH: Researching How to Live With Coyotes .... No, Coyotes Don't Get High—But These Animals Do.

urbancoyoteresearch.com/faq/what-do-urban-coyotes-eat

Many people believe that urban coyotes primarily eat garbage and pets. Although coyotes are predators, they are also opportunistic and shift their diets to take ...

www.dkfindout.com/us/animals-and-nature/dogs/coyote

Coyotes howl to announce their territory and location to their neighbors. They eat almost anything, including snakes, mice, fruit, and dead animals. They will also ...

icwdm.org/Publications/pdf/Coyotes/USDAlivingwithcoyotes.pdf

Coyotes eat fruit including berries and watermelons. They will also eat ... Do not feed coyotes. ... occur and may be transmitted to humans and other animals.

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ate, but coyotes probably won't leave. Eradication programs in North American cities have proven to be expensive failures. These animals have adapted to our.