Coyotes are listed as a least concerning species on the IUCN list of endangered species. Their population is currently increasing.
No, they are not on the threatened list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Currently their status is “least concern” as their population is on the rise. While they face many obstacles in the form of humans destroying or modifying their environments, hunting them, or other predators, they have been able to thrive throughout most of North America. Coyote may be prospering due to the decrease in population of wolves. But possibility the number one reason they have been able to avoid becoming an endangered species is due to their ability to adapt to the environmental changes of humans and their ability to live in several different types of habitats. They can live in mountains, deserts, forest, and prairies throughout North America.
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