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The coyote will eat just about anything, plant or animal. That's what makes him a master at desert survival. Animals that eat both plants and other animals ...
Mountain Lion - Desert Wildlife
The preferred food of the Mountain Lion is mule deer, or occasionally a bighorn sheep, but a lion will make a meal of any small animal, such as coyote, fox, ...
Badger - Desert Wildlife
There are reports of predation on badgers by golden eagle, coyote, cougar, and bobcat. Wide open plains and deciduous woodlands are the principal habitats ...
Diurnal - Desert Wildlife
Diurnal animals protect themselves from the heat by spending most of the day in whatever shade they can find. Coyote · Desert Bighorn Sheep ...
Nocturnal - Desert Wildlife
Nocturnal animals are active at night and rest during the day. Coyote · Desert Cottontail · Mojave Rattlesnake ...
Wildlife of Yosemite National Park
Black bears also sometimes kill young deer or scavenge the kills of other predators, such as mountain lions and coyotes. In the fall, black bears gorge on ...
Jackrabbit - Desert Wildlife
Jackrabbits may live up to eight years in the wild but, like many other animals, they must contend with predators. Hawks, coyotes and bobcats are among the ...
Mule Deer - Desert Wildlife
Coyotes, on occasion, will work together to take a fawn. Mule deer prefer "edge" habitats and tend to move up or down with their preferred foods. ...
Desert Animals found in the Valley of Fire
Many species of lizards and snakes are common in the park, as well as the coyote, kit fox, spotted skunk, black-tailed jackrabbit, and antelope ground ...
Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
A number of mammals occur here including desert bighorn sheep, mule deer, mountain lion, gray fox, kit fox, raccoon, bobcat, coyote, kangaroo rat and other ...
Wildlife at Hoover Dam
Coyotes are carnivores, or meat eaters. Coyotes are gray or rusty gray with white throats ... When running, the coyote holds its tail between its hind legs. ...
Desert Wildlife Watching
Don't feed the animals - Coyote Watch your step - Mojave Rattlesnake · Chuckwalla - in hiding Resist the urge to save baby animals ...
Joshua Tree National Park Wildlife
Coyote · Tarantula · Bobcat · Golden Eagle · Roadrunner · Mojave Rattlesnake · Tortoise, More Wildlife Sidewinder This small rattlesnake moves by looping ...
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