MICROSITES

"URL name"
succesfully moved

Coyotes

  • Discussion

  • Similar
7 entries
Coyotes in the Presidio Presidio Trust Presidio Toggle navigation SHARE Facebook Twitter Google Plus Search: AboutStrategyPlanningCurrently selectedJobsEventsPermitsPressResidencesWorkspaces HomeCurrently selectedDocumentsSite ContentsRecentlkpExclusionslkpProjectTypeslkpDistricts PresidioPresidio TrustPlanningCoyotes
Skip to nav Skip to content News Video Animals Pets Wild Neighbors Animals A-Z Our Care Centers Our Work Magazines About Us Submit search term DONATE Monthly One-Time Gift Donation Memorial Donation Wills & Bequests Vehicle Donation Another Way Did You Know? Go East, Young Coyote, Go East Known for being resourceful a
Animal Diversity Web University of Michigan Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Home About Us About Animal Names Educational Resources Special Collections Glossary Browse Animalia More Information Additional Information BioKIDS Critter Catalog Encyclopedia of Life Canis latranscoyote Facebook Twitter By Erik Toka
   share this page Home     About     Watch     Nature Files     Teachers     Order DVD     Contact Coyote - Canis latrans Characteristics Range Habitat Diet Life Cycle Behavior  Classification  Phylum: C
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/c/coyote.html Animals Photo Ark Coyote About the Coyote The coyote appears often in the tales and traditions of Native Americans—usually as a very savvy and clever beast. Modern coyotes have displayed their cleverness by adapting to the changing American landscape. T
Toggle navigation Deserts What is a Desert? Desert Life Deserts of the US US Deserts Overview Chihuahuan Desert Great Basin Desert Mojave Desert Sonoran Desert Deserts of the World World Deserts Overview Sahara Gobi Australia Geology Maps People & Cultures Survival Videos Animals Animals Desert Animal Survival How
The coyote (, Canis latrans) is a canid native to North America and Central America . It is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf , being roughly the North American equivalent to the Old World golden jackal , though it is larger and more predatory. It is listed as least concern by the International Union for C

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
X

ARE YOU SURE!