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Wild wolves will almost never approach a human.

It can be impossible to distinguish a large dog from a wolf from a single track. Instead, if possible look for the pattern of the trail left by the animal.

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They do not rely on stealth, and tend to walk erratically. Their hind foot tracks seldom register within their forefoot tracks.

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They may also approach strange objects directly. Wolves on the other hand, tend to walk more directly when travelling.

Their trails reflect this, as the track of the hind foot is placed within or directly in front of the forefoot. Wolves will also approach strange objects cautiously, often circling widely to investigate rather than approaching directly.

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Distinguishing between Coyotes, Wolves and Dogs. The CDFW indicates that coyotes are highly adaptable and often live in close proximity to populated areas where food and water sources are abundant.

They usually fear humans and avoid interactions, however, if they associate humans with food, they lose their natural fear and can become bold. Some coyote safety tips from the CDFW are: Keep small pets inside, particularly at dawn and dusk when coyotes are most active.

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Keep pet food and water dishes inside. Secure food and trash at all times and remove all sources of water.


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Pick up fallen fruit and keep compost piles tightly sealed. Sweep up fallen birdseed, which can attract mice and rats, a common food source for coyotes.

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