Guelph area Coyotes

by Gary & Stacey
(Guelph and Fergus)

On Sunday February 15th 2015 Gary from Guelph, Ontario, wrote to say ... we spotted a Wolf just 30 feet off of the north shoulder of the 401 just east of the highway 6 north cut off. Unfortunately, we were travelling west on the 401 and the traffic would not allow us to stop for a picture. Did anyone else see it?

Stacey Brown from Fergus, Ontario, wrote to tell us of her Wolf sighting on February 19th, north of Guelph ..... I was traveling north on Highway 6 around midnight and saw a single Wolf come out of a bunch of trees beside the road on the east side, just south of Ennotville, which is north of Guelph, about 5 min before you get to Fergus. It was a small grey animal, petite like a big Fox, but not a Fox, and clearly not a Coyote.

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Nov 17, 2016
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2 Wolves this year?...or coywolves?
by: Anonymous

Same property just west of highway 6 south along the 401 near Moriston that I saw what appeared to be a wolf last year (2015), we saw 2 of them together last week (Nov 7, 2016). Both were well over 100 pounds with long black hair. They headed to the MTO bush near the Moriston cutoff. Will try again to get them on a trail cam.

Oct 04, 2015
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Wolf or Coydog?
by: Anonymous

On Saturday, October 3, 2015 I was bow hunting a property on the south side of the 401 just a little west of highway 6 south. As I came around some small pines and looked into a clearing, I thought I saw a deer at first glance. It only took a few seconds to realize the silhouette was not a deer. This animal was larger than the property owners 100 pound shepherd and had a long black coat. It was about 7:30 in the morning. We looked at each other from about 120 yards apart for a few seconds before it trotted away. I have saw many 40 pound Coyotes on this property before, but never something this large. I will attempt to set up a trail camera to get a photo of this creature.

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