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Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
As for coyotes, they seem to be migraing south, as they adapt in areas where there are humans. It also seems they wer never "gone" from Michigan.
"Coyotes are found throughout Michigan. They are most abundant in the Upper and northern Lower Peninsulas. Coyote numbers decrease in the central and southern portions of the Lower Peninsula. Coyotes have dispersed into southern Michigan without assistance from the DNR.
This member of the dog family is extremely adaptable and survives in virtually all habitat types common in Michigan. They are most abundant in areas where adequate food, cover, and water are available. Urban areas can also support coyotes."
[Edited on 21-3-2004 by DontTreadOnMe]
Originally posted by Nicodeme
They're in Detroit proper as well, because so much of the city has reverted to prairie. They have plenty of food, with rabbits, pheasants and feral dogs and cats everywhere. One was running around downtown probably about a year ago and animal control chased after it.
Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by Tartarspoon
Turns out that footage is a hoax. On Monster Quest, they interviewed the man who explained how and why he did it.
That now makes all "found" film with no record on who made it questionable.