The 8 Scary Facts About Coyotes

 May 7th , 2024


Coyotes adapt brilliantly to cities and suburbs, finding food and shelter in unexpected places.

Coyotes are opportunistic hunters, viewing small cats and dogs as potential prey.

Coyote couples raise pups together, forming strong social bonds.

Their eerie howls mark territory and help with pack coordination, especially during hunts.

Coyotes and badgers sometimes work together to hunt ground squirrels!

Coyotes are incredibly adaptable, one reason they've thrived while prehistoric giants went extinct.

While coyotes generally avoid people, some can lose their fear, creating potential conflict.

They can HYBRIDIZE with wolves and dogs, creating coywolves and coydogs and blurring species boundaries.