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Coyotes and Coyote Removal

If you have, or suspect you may have a Coyote problem, please call Wildlife Solutions at 1-800-932-7287 to talk to one of our experts. You can also contact us here. Description: Wildlife Solutions Coyote Trapping

The coyote, a member of the canine family, is known widely for its fierce nature and hunting skills. The fact that coyotes have survived so long as a species is largely due to their cunning and clever nature. Unlike many other wild animals, they don't have specific areas of the country in which they dwell exclusively. The coyote is a scavenger that roams freely in forests, mountains, plains, and deserts. They are commonly displaced due to urban development and are forced to find new areas to live and hunt for prey.

The majority of coyotes range from Alaska down to Mexico, with some being present in areas of Canada and other parts of the United States. Recent reports have placed a lot of coyotes in highly populated cities like Los Angeles, leading to speculations that the species has reached numbers that are at an all-time high. They maintain their territory by marking it with urine.

As mentioned, coyotes are members of the canine family and have been compared to medium-sized Collies. Coyotes that live in low lands like deserts and valleys weigh an average of about twenty pounds while mountain dwelling coyotes average about fifty pounds in weight. Mountainous coyotes also bare darker, thicker fur, with the under parts remaining white to light gray.

Coyotes have amazing senses of both hearing and smell and use both to their advantage when hunting. They can also reach speeds up to 40 mph, making them a powerful predator in the wild. Coyotes are not very picky when it comes to what they eat - they've been known to eat snakes, rabbits, chickens, sheep, arachnids, frogs, insects, fruit, grass, livestock, and even household pets such as cats and dogs. Rather than hibernating like other species, coyotes have an instinctual urge to form packs during Fall and Winter seasons in order to hunt more effectively. While coyotes are intense predators, they are likely to be afraid of humans and usually don't pose immediate danger.

Coyotes usually dig their own dens and use holes to give birth to their pups. During Spring seasons, female coyotes breed between 2-12 pups. It usually only takes about 6 months before the pups are able to hunt on their own; however, only five to twenty percent of the pups will survive their first year in the wild.

Wildlife Solutions commonly performs both residential coyote trapping and commercial coyote trapping for our customers throughout our service areas.

For more information please call 1-800-932-7287 or see our What We do and Pricing pages.

Our animal trapping and removal services include bat removal, rat control, mice control, pigeon control, skunk removal, squirrel control, raccoon removal, bird control, snake control, armadillo control, beaver control and as well as other services for all of the following animals:

  • Rats
  • Mice
  • Bats
  • Birds
  • Pigeons
  • Skunks
  • Squirrels
  • Snakes
  • Raccoons
  • Armadillos
  • Beavers
  • Chipmunks
  • Coyotes
  • Crows
  • Wild Hogs
  • Foxes
  • Moles
  • Opossums
  • Gophers
  • Weasels
  • Woodchucks
  • Otters
  • And more