March 8th, 2017

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Coyotes - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Coyotes - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

were restricted primarily to the sagebrush lands, brushy mountains, and open prairies of the American West. Wolves occupied the forests. Coyotes have since taken advantage of human activities (including the reduction of gray wolf populations) to expand their range throughout North and Central Americ...

Posted by Julie Rice on 8 Mar 2017, 14:00

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Coyotes - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Coyotes - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

were restricted primarily to the sagebrush lands, brushy mountains, and open prairies of the American West. Wolves occupied the forests. Coyotes have since taken advantage of human activities (including the reduction of gray wolf populations) to expand their range throughout North and Central Americ...

Posted by Julie Rice on 8 Mar 2017, 14:00

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