Coyotes are wild animals that can be found in many parts of North America.
They are known for their adaptability and ability to survive in a variety of environments.
Coyotes are generally not aggressive towards humans, but they can become dangerous if they feel threatened or if they are protecting their young.
Coyotes are opportunistic predators and will prey on small animals such as rabbits, rodents, and birds.
They have also been known to attack pets, especially small dogs and cats.
To protect your pets from coyotes, keep them on a leash when outside and supervise them at all times.
If you encounter a coyote, make loud noises and try to scare it away.
Do not feed coyotes or leave food outside, as this can attract them to your property.
If you live in an area with a high coyote population, consider installing a fence or using motion-activated lights to deter them from entering your property.