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Know what a coyote den looks like. Coyotes typically dig their own dens, but sometimes coyotes will enlarge abandoned badger holes. Coyote dens usually have entrances that are 1 to 2 feet wide, and are 5 to 15 feet deep. Look for coyote tracks coming away from the den in all directions.

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This Coyote Den was in a ravine in the woods, only 100 yards from my livestock fence. This den has 6 entry and exit holes with 50 feet or tunnels between one side and another.

coyoteyipps.com/2011/05/15/coyotes-use-dens-only-for-pupping

Not all coyote dens are made by coyotes themselves: coyotes sometimes dig out and enlarge holes dug by smaller burrowing animals, such as badger or fox dens. In suburban and urban areas coyotes may dig dens in golf courses or in other vacant lots, under sheds and under culverts and storm drains.

blogs.massaudubon.org/yourgreatoutdoors/fox-or-coyote

The resulting animal is larger than the western coyote, and has some wolf-like characteristics, including smaller ears and longer legs. However, it’s still much smaller than the wolf, which was wiped out in Massachusetts by the early 19th century. The coyote is very adaptable and can be found in developed areas, but tends to be shy and elusive.

www.coyotehuntinginfo.com/coyote-signs.php

Finding coyote dens involves the following steps: - First you have to search an area with coyotes; - Second you need to know how the coyote dens look like; - Thirdly follow the coyotes' tracks back to the den; - Fourth look for places where they could have built their dens like rocks, logs or bushes;

www.crittercontrol.com/services/coyote/what-does-a-coyote-look-like

What Does a Coyote Look Like? General Appearance Small in relation to their wolf relatives, coyotes typically grow to be two feet tall, four feet long, and weigh between 20 and 55 pounds.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coyote

Like wolves, coyotes use a den (usually the deserted holes of other species) when gestating and rearing young, though they may occasionally give birth under sagebrushes in the open. Coyote dens can be located in canyons , washouts , coulees , banks , rock bluffs, or level ground.

www.predatormastersforums.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=772377

Coyotes use dens until about the mid of July, once the pup's get some size and are Mobil dens use pretty much stops. They will lay up in cover sunflowers,corn, tall grass by secluded dams, drain culverts etc. Coyote dens for the most part are taller than wider and they do clean outs in the spring, then the [beeep] will decide where to have those pup's.They have play grounds by the holes .....

chicago.cbslocal.com/2012/05/15/taking-a-look-inside-a-coyote-den

With the coyote population exploding, CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis takes us an up-close look at a coyote den. Menu. Videos. CBS 2 Weather Watch 5 A.M. 7-13-19CBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran has the forecast.