What do you think..Fox or Coyote?

Summertime sights

At first we thought we were seeing a Fox along Mt. Vernon Rd. when I stopped to take a picture, but is it a Fox or Coyote? It was alone, and definitely looking for food & water.

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usherl250 says ... on Tuesday, Jul 26 at 10:18 PM

wow, my husband says its a coyote. I came across a raccoon eating another raccoon and even though it was grotesque, I felt impelled to take a picture of it. It is not usual to see a raccoon do that. I will post that picture and see what you think.

ddy007 says ... on Wednesday, Jul 27 at 11:32 AM

Coyote are all over the place now Daze, causing problems all over the state

lzzy777 says ... on Wednesday, Sep 28 at 3:59 PM

I am still trying to figure out what is causing my dogs to freak out at night...When I try take them out to potty, they won't leave the porch, until I do. Is any body else in Marion hearing animals at night or seeing anything?

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