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I have always believed that coyotes holed up during the day.

Recently I read on here and also in a hunting magazine that they bed down, (similar to deer).

Which is it, and does it depend on weather, pressure, etc?
 

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They simply lay down where they feel secure during the day. Most fox do as well. I have known grey fox to hole up during particularly bad storms however. On very rare occasions did we ever have a grey hole up when being run by hounds, most (but not all) of those were when a grey was hit. I did see two actually go up trees back in the day. Never had a red or coyote hole up when being pursued.
 
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