Donavin Knowles Period 9 May 16, 2016
The Coyote's habitat is in many places like Western America, Canada, Mexico, and Central America. They live in a variety of and environment's. Their environments are like the desert, mountains and prairies. (World Book)
They call them Prairie Wolf, Or like Brush wolf. They dig very deep wholes in the ground to house themselves called a den.
The Coyote's fur can be many colors. The Most common color is Black tinted shading over the brownish-grey. The Coyote is part of the dog family so the Coyote has pointy ears and a bushy tail.
The Coyote's tail is about "28 to 41 centimeters" (World Book). Also The Coyote has the ability to howl just like a wolf. They also have the facial features of a actual wolf except the fur.
Coyote's eat rabbits, mice, rodents, gophers, prairie dogs, rats, and squirrels. They also feed on: antelope, deer, goat, sheep. They eat also eat insects, small birds, and reptiles and fish. During other seasons like winter they feed on large dead animals that have froze to death. They even eat fruits like juniper berries, mesquite beans, and watermelons.
Adams, Clark E. "Coyote." World Feldhamer, G.A., Thompson, B.C. and Chapman, J.A. (2003) Wild mammals of North America: biology, management, and conservation. 2nd Edition. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MarylandBook Advanced.
World Book, 2016. Web. 10 May 2016.