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Coyote

Photo: Bob Bluett
Coyote scat on a rocky road. A butterfly is resting their to collect minerals from the scat.
This coyote scat has consumed fur visible. Butterflies are attracted to the minerals in the scat.
Photo: Willowbrook Wildlife Center
Old coyote scat on gravel road.
Old coyote scat on a gravel road.
Photo: Willowbrook Wildlife Center
This coyote scat is very weathered and mostly just fur remains.
Very weathered coyote scat; mostly just fur remains.
Photo: Willowbrook Wildlife Center
Coyote scat on rock path. Coyotes often leave their scat on trails to mark their territory.
Coyotes often leave their scat on trails to mark their territory.
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