yes i see them all the time out here in the country, they are awake all hour of the day, they eat small animals like cats and dogs as well, and may get into your garbage... but they are honestly more afraid of you than you are of them, they are the size of a medium sized dig, not that big, i stood five feet away from one the other night, with only a barb wire fence between us, he/she was much more scared, also, keep an eye on your dogs for mange, Coyotes tend to carry it. that advice about your tipped toes and making yourself seem bigger, is mainly for bears lol, coyotes, unless extremely brave or Rabid, will run away, trust me, ive done my fair share of walking through the woods and pastures and up and down roads, at night. you really have nothing to worry about as long as, like Diablo said, you keep your bushes trimmed, small crawl holes filled/locked, and your pets indoors as night, you have nothing to fear. Radios played outside at night, keep snakes and Coyotes away, possibly even cougars... and there are wolves all over America, even in Oklahoma, so SilverFang may be right about that coyote and wolf mutt. We named our residential Coyote Wiley... Wiley the Coyote :L he's not dangerous, just scary lol
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