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Coyotes: Song Dogs of North America

If you live in the U.S., chances are you have coyotes in your neighborhood. Even in urban areas, their mournful, high-pitched yips can often be heard. It’s remarkable that amidst the doom and gloom reality of wildlife habitat fragmentation and shrinking wild animal populations, coyotes are thriving—despite our best efforts to eradicate them. The coyote has set itself apart as a tenacious survivor in an anthropocentric world. Despite humanity's best efforts to eliminate these canids, coyotes have expanded their range by an incredible scope. With broader significance, they are an important indicator of how some species are capable of adapting and flourishing in the contemporary, human-defined world. Government wildlife biologist Aaron Bott manages coyotes (among other species) for a living—along with being a Nat Hab Expedition Leader—and he is with us today to talk about these mesopredators, who are the ultimate adapters. Learn how they do it!


Originally presented April 16, 2021
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