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2019/2020 should be great coyote calling around here! "Between Stockton and Ventura".

dabob

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[TD="class: post-content, width: 83%"]Two days ago I went out to help a rancher with some cattle work. On my drive out to the ranch I saw lots or rabbits, 6 coveys of quail, one coyote and LOTS of coyote scat on the paved road.

This last spring we had another good amount of rain so that is 3 years in a row that the conditions have been good for the coyotes and the little critters that they eat.

After the cattle work was done I drove down through the ranch on a dirt road to check two of my trail cameras. The coyote tracks and scat were everywhere.

Coyotes, bobcats, a badger and mostly cattle is what I got on my trail cameras.
PICT0062 by , on Flickr
Seeing 6 coyote pups in the above video with two adults looks very promising to me.



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