Coyotes (Canis latrans) are opportunistic, versatile carnivores with a 90% mammalian diet, depending on the season. They primarily eat small mammals, such as voles, prairie dogs, rabbits, ground squirrels, and mice, though they will eat birds, snakes, lizards, and deer, as well as large insects and other large invertebrates. The coyote will also target any species of bird that nests on the ground.
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