Den Sites The female coyote digs her own den under an uprooted tree, log or thicket. Or, she may use a cave, hollow log, or storm drain, or take over and enlarge another mammal's burrow. The den typically has an entrance one to two feet across, a main chamber five to 15 feet long, and a terminal chamber. May 21, · The search for an adult female coyote that attacked a year-old Laguna Beach man early Friday morning has ended to no avail. California Department of Author: Lilly Nguyen.
Jun 22, · When there is a threat toward the pups, adult coyotes scatter and howl to distract the risk away from the den site. Coyotes were believed at one time to live only in more rural areas. But they. They are most active at night and in early morning. They use sheltered areas such as burrows, hollow trees, rock crevices, and thick underbrush, as well as spaces under .
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