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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project
A University of Minnesota project funded by the ENRTF researching wild canids in the Twin Cities Metro Area.
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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project Jul 18
The TCCFP team has just finished up with our summer 2020 research! Socially distant research protocols mean we don't have photos of researchers conducting the habitat surveys, but we do have photos of some of the curious spectators!
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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project Jun 6
Coyotes typically excavate dens for their pups in the ground, but in highly urban environments they can take advantage of human-made structures. This litter of three pups was found living in a storm water outflow within a just few miles of downtown Minneapolis!
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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project Apr 24
Replying to @tccfp_umn
To contact us about a den site, message us on Facebook or Twitter. If you want to share your sighting publicly, go to our project iNaturalist page at
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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project Apr 24
Have you noticed any small fuzzballs running around while you've sheltered in place? If you've seen young coyotes or foxes or know where a den is, our team wants to know! These red foxes are denning in backyards in Little Canada and Minneapolis and emerged in the past two weeks.
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Twin Cities Coyote & Fox Project Apr 5
The Twin Cities Coyote and Fox Project is now on Twitter! Follow us at for updates on our project and fun facts about the wild canids that live in the metro!
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