Photo Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Canis latrans
STATUS: Found statewide, including urban areas. Lowest Conservation Concern.
HABITAT: Common in all habitats.
FEEDING HABITS: Diet extremely varied and includes rodents, rabbits, birds, eggs, many kinds of fruit, domestic poultry, livestock, and watermelons.
LIFE HISTORY AND ECOLOGY: Usually breeds February-March with a gestation of about 60 days. Litter sizes are about six.