Black Coyote - Wikipedia

Black Coyote was a Lakota man who refused to give up his weapon at the battle of Wounded Knee and is believed to have unintentionally triggered the massacre.. Wounded Knee. In an account from an Indian, Turning Hawk, who was present at the massacre and was sympathetic to the U.S. Government, claimed that Black Coyote was "a crazy man, a young man of very bad influence, and in fact a nobody."Died: December 1890, Pine Ridge, South Dakota…

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Coyote - Wikipedia

The coyote is a canine native to North America. It is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf, and slightly smaller than the closely related eastern wolf and red wolf. It fills much of the same ecological niche as the golden jackal does in Eurasia, though it is larger and more predatory, and is sometimes called the American jackal by zoologists. Other names for the species, largely historical, include …Class: Mammalia…

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Is a black coyote rare? Yahoo Answers

Jan 23, 2008 · hi! i have been having coyotes come up in my yard and eat percimins and figs at night. The first night it was just one coyote and it is black, i was wondering if black was a rare color for a coyote. is it? the 2nd night it brought a friend back with it, but it is a regular color.…

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The Coyote Legend. Legend has it, each year at the beginning of the growing season, a band of coyotes from the nearby foothills, sneak into our vineyards, and for no apparent reason other than treachery, chew on our irrigation lines with wild abandon.…