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    Beautiful grey fox. Used to see them all the time at home, not so much any more


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    Could that be a wolf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNDave View Post
    Could that be a wolf?
    Nope, just a stinking black color phase coyote...
    "If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination"
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    Great pics. I use to see many grey foxes and a very few reds around my place until coyotes invaded the area and drove them away. DNR told me this is common since they are both predators and the coyotes will prevail.

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    Grey's are a little more adaptable to coyotes in my experience but the reds get gone quick, usually moving to more urban areas if they don't get ate first
    But then I've seen a lot of coyote here near Columbia in the "burbs".

    Back in MD it took less than three years from first coyote sighting to the reds completely disappearing, and I used to get double and triple reds on a calling stand regularly.

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