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Coyote discussion

Post by elkhunter123456 » Tue Mar 19, 2019 3:02 pm

Here are some coyote facts.
Size: 20-50 pounds
Diet: Rattlesnakes, fruit, black bear cubs, wounded or young ungulates, small birds, rodents, hares and rabbits, and carrion
Amount of pups in a litter: 5-7 pups in most areas. In very healthy environments they can have 9.
Competitors: Cougars, black and grizzly bears, wolves (as shown in wolfquest! Who else loves chasing them?), foxes and bobcats
Symbioses: They hunt with badgers and have been seen licking them. Hookworms are parasites.
Den behavior: A hollowed out tree stump or a den dug by another animal. Sometimes they will dig their own den.
Social behavior: They typically form packs but sometimes they live alone and band together with other non-related coyotes to hunt large prey

Feel free to leave other facts or questions! :wolf: :raven: :eagle: :beaver: :bear:
prey:
hare
beaver
mule deer
elk
moose
competitors:
raven
eagle
fox
coyote
wolf
cougar
bear

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Re: Coyote discussion

Post by Neamara » Tue Mar 19, 2019 3:23 pm

It appears that there is already a topic for coyote discussion-
..... General Coyote Discussion
..... https://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=45253
There are other topics for coyotes over in the Other Canids forum as well, but this one seemed to be more relevant. As duplicate topics are not allowed, I will be locking this thread. Feel free to continue discussing coyotes in the existing thread linked above.

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