This time I set my Scouting Camera up in an interesting location in north Carrollton. This site is a small (5 to 6 acres) tract containing a many different habitats available to the Coyotes. In this small area there are two ponds, one small stream, marshy areas, wooded areas, and open fields. The area is even more unusual because it is completely encircled by houses and apartments.
Although completely surrounded by residential neighborhoods, this piece of land seems unlikely to be developed any time soon. It appears to be subject to regular flooding, and is probably unsuited to anything other than use as a park.
Even though the area seems safe from development for the time being, it is not without the signs of human activity. In some places people have dumped trash, in other areas people have carved trails through the woods for bicycles and the like. Kids have built tree houses and forts.