Coyotes are highly adaptable and live in a variety of different niches. Their behavior can vary widely depending on where they live, but in general they live and hunt singly or in monogamous pairs. (In Yellowstone National Park, before the reintroduction of the wolf, they began to fill the wolf's ecological niche, and hunted in packs to bring down large prey.) Coyotes breed around the month of February and 4-6 pups are born in late April or early May. Both parents (and sometimes undispersed young from the previous year) help to feed the pups. Young are sexually mature at 1 year of age.














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