Death Valley National Park Desert Gazette
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DEATH VALLEY WILDLIFE > Mammals > Canines

Canines

Coyote
Canis Latrans
Common throughout the park; often heard calling at night or begging along roadsides (do not feed wild animals).
picture & summary - photo slideshow - detailed information

Kit Fox
Vulpes macrotis
Nocturnal; in day stays in burrows; prefers open, level sandy ground in low desert; often curious.
picture & summary

Gray Fox
Urocyon cinereoargeteus
Mostly nocturnal; uncommon in park.


Coyote escapes into the creosote to look for a meal
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Introduction: NATURE: MAPS: FEATURES: ROADS & TRAILS: PEOPLE & HISTORY: MISC.: BLOG: PDF Library: :?:
NATURE: Geology, Wildlife & Plants -- GEOGRAPHY: Maps - Regions - POINTS OF INTEREST - Communities -- ROADS & TRAILS: Route 66 -- glossary
Parks & Public Lands: Wilderness -- Native Culture - HISTORY: Pioneers - Military - Ghost Towns & Gold Mines - Mining - Old West -- Links - comments
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