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Question by scrawford8872. Uploaded on February 08, 2011
Last map I saw docummented Coyotes in every state but Hawaii.
I know that there is a fairly large population of Coyotes in PA, however I never thought that there was any real population in the Southeastern portion of the state (Berks County, Bucks County,Chester County, Delaware County, Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County .. )
I'm sure they're there
scrawford8872, you can be sure that there are plenty of coyotes in Berks Co. Especially in the northern part, I have had many sightings. There are reports of coyote in the other counties as well, but good luck in finding suitable places to hunt. State Game lands would be my first try.
While ice fishing in French Creek State Park, me and the guys I was with thought we saw one running on the bank of Hopewell Lake. The more I'm researching the more and more I'm starting to think there is a pretty decent size population in the Northern part of SE PA.
I just had three cats go missing over a 4 week period -- all during the evening hours. We live in the woods along French Creek in Kimberton, Northern Chester County. Last night, I heard what I think was a coyote. Went on line this morning to see what a coyote sounds like. Pretty sure that's what I heard.
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