Coyotes typically sleep above ground in a well-covered area. During pup season, however, coyotes often sleep inside of dens in order to protect their young.
Coyotes live all around the United States and in other countries. Coyotes have the unique ability to be able to adapt to all different environments.
Coyotes range throughout North and Central America. They live in hollow logs, brush piles and burrows. They dig their own burrows or sometimes take over other animals' burrows.
Coyotes are omnivores that mainly eat small mammals, including rabbits, squirrels and mice. They adapt well to the food that is available in a particular region, which is one reason they survive well in diverse places, including suburban areas.
Coyotes are primarily carnivores and mainly eat small and large mammals, although they also prey on birds, snakes, lizards, amphibians, crustaceans, fish and insects. When fresh meat is not available, they eat carrion, including cannibalizing the dead of their own speci...
According to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, coyotes typically live 10 to 14 years in the wild. Coyotes in zoos or other facilities live to be as old as 20.
Coyotes live in many different areas throughout North America including deserts, foothills, grasslands, mountainous areas and even urban areas. The reason that the coyote can live in all of these different places is because the coyote is highly adaptable when it comes t...