WILD WEDNESDAY: It's breeding season for coyotes

Mid-winter is breeding season for coyotes.
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This time of the year, you might tend to notice more coyotes than usual. That's because mid-winter is breeding season for coyotes and they are very active during this time period as they look for a mating partner.

In this episode of Wild Wednesday, WildSafeBC shows you how the female coyote lets their partners know they are ready to mate and the importance of keeping dogs close to owners when out for a walk in coyote country.

For more on coyote mating season go here.


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