Coyotes

by Irene
(Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)


I saw lots of Coyotes at Confederation Park and Red Hill Conservation belt. They are very common there and not very shy, unfortunately.

Yesterday, I was strongly asked by one Coyote to leave the enclosed brushy area at Confederation Park where I used to walk my dogs. It was likely a female with young or a pregnant one, and she was guarding her territory. She was barking like a dog, and at first, I thought it was a dog at large. But it was a coyote, and she was not in the least scared of my three dogs and me. She was standing her ground, so we left abruptly.

The pair of very large Coyotes or maybe Wolves are always present at dusk at Rosedale diamonds area. They have thick collars like wolves would have.

It is funny but they like watching the Greenhill Road from the above grounds after dusk, and often pose as a classy black wolf shapes against the full moon. You may paint them, very stylish!

I had to change my dog walking schedule because of coyotes, and it is going worse.

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