Coyote Pair Sighted Near St. Edna Catholic Church, Chicago Futabakai School, Glenkirk School And Walnut Ave And Chestnut Ave, Arlington Heights


VIDEO: A pair of coyotes barely visible in the dark traveling from the Glenkirk School property toward the intersection of Walnut Avenue and Chestnut Avenue (Enlarge for best possible view).

Pair of coyotes was sighted about 12:30 a.m. Saturday, November 16, 2013, westbound from the St. Edna Catholic Church parking lot, to the north fence line at Chicago Futabakai School, to the intersection of Chestnut Avenue and Walnut Avenue (Glenkirk School), to backyards in the 2500 block of North Walnut Avenue.

The coyotes traveled in a pair and were followed westbound on Walnut Avenue (where it is an east-west roadway) at a speed over 30 mph.

According to the speedofanimals.com, the Coyote has a top speed of 69 km/h or 43 mph. Coyotes are also known to be capable of jumps of a distance of 4 meters or 13⅛ feet.

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speedofanimals.com/animals/coyote

Earlier this week it was reported that a 3-year-old boy may have been attacked on October 27, 2013 on Chicago’s west side near Madison Street and Mayfield Avenue. The victim and his mother and boyfriend thought the animal was a German Shepherd and attempted to feed the animal when it bit young Emeil Hawkins. Chicago animal control officers were able to capture four coyotes in the area at Columbus Park after the attack. The coyotes tested negative for rabies, but were euthanized because they were living in the park.

As a precaution, Emeil was treated for rabies. See more in this NBC 5 Chicago report Boy Recovering From Possible Coyote Attack …

Coyote November 2010
Coyote sighted at Memory Gardens Cemetery on East Euclid Avenue in Arlington Heights on Saturday, November 20, 2010. Compare to the appearance of a fox in the video below.

How does a fox look compared to a coyote?

Fox video walking through Arlington Heights. Breeding season for Foxes begins in December and peaks in early February.

Coyotes are larger animals with longer legs and a bigger rib cage area. Foxes have larger heads, larger ears and bushier tails. Foxes are not as aggressive as coyotes.

See also …
The Cardinal General Coyote Information from The Arlington Heights Police Department

The Cardinal Coyote Bites Man in Aurora: City Warns Not to Feed Wild Animals

The Cardinal Coyote Attacks Yorkshire Terrier/Poodle Mix in Campton Hills, Near St. Charles

The Cardinal Dog Killed as Coyotes Reach a Troublesome Stage in Wheaton, Sightings Rare in Arlington Heights

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