In body, form, and size, the coyote resembles a small collie dog. Coyotes are predominately brownish-gray in color. Coyotes can include many different items in their diet. Coyotes are opportunistic and generally take prey that is the easiest to secure, such as chickens, rabbits, and small pets. The coyotes bed in sheltered areas but do not generally use dens except when raising young. Coyotes usually breed February through March, having their litter about 9 weeks later. A litter may include 5 to 7 pups. Both the male and female hunt for food, bringing it back to the young. Coyotes are successful at surviving and even flourishing in the presence of people. Call Global Pest Solutions for a customized plan to help you with your coyote concerns.