Coyotes seen almost everyday ln Georgina

by Bruce Mcconnell
(Georgina, Ontario, Canada)

I have seen Coyotes, walking, prancing and running across fields near where I live.


I have also seen them digging in the snow for mice.

I have called and whistled to them and that does not bother them at all.

This year we have seen virtually no White Tailed Deer fawns on our field cameras, and we believe this could be related to the high number of Coyotes in the area.

They can be heard howling every night in this area around Georgina, Ontario!

Has anybody (Ministry of Natural Resources) done any research on the number of Coyotes in this area?

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Coyote / Coywolf
by: Heather

Every night in the field beside my Udora home, the coyotes/coywolves yip and howl. Seem to be quite a few.

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Jacksons Point
by: Shannon

Seen a Coyote standing on my neighbour's driveway late one night. We also back on to York Region forest in Jackson's Point. Don't really seem to bother us much, I just keep a keen eye on my dogs.

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Coyote
by: Anonymous

This morning I was walking my husky & a full size Coyote came running out of the bush & crossed Kennedy Road. He/she was about 3 feet from us and was very beautiful & healthy looking. Was very nice to see.

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Walking
by: Anonymous

Every time i take my dog in the bush we have a few follow us!! Pretty big in size as well.

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Coyote Metro Road & Salvation Army Camp
by: Anonymous

Sunday August 12, 2012, a large full grown Coyote crossed the road in front of me at 7.15 in the morning, heading into the bush south of the road. It had large ears, grey in colour, looked to be 70-80 lbs, in full coat, very healthy looking.

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Udora Coyotes
by: Anonymous

We have heard at least 2 packs of coyotes howling at night in Udora. We have also seen them passing through our backyard in the middle of the day. They appear to be larger than an average Coyote, possible that they are actually more of a Coy-Wolf.

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