Coyote population rises in York County, but the ‘ghosts of the woods’ are mostly unseen

 

→ Coyote population rises in York County, but the ‘ghosts of the woods’ are mostly unseen – Evening Sun

Coyotes seen today in the Deitscherei are hybrid descendants of animals that interbred with Canadian Timber wolves and then arrived in Pennsylvania via the Adirondack Mountains during the 40’s and 50’s.

Easter Coyote Trail Cam

Photo: Flickr/Distant Hill Gardens

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