Coyotes have become an important part of the Florida ecosystem as they create a balance by feeding on the smaller animals. Black coyotes are extremely rare as the black coloration of their coat, also called melanism, is from a genetic mutation. Coyotes have shown great adaptation and resilience to the human effects on their environment. It is places like Hundred Acre Hollows that provide these animals with a home, away from civilization.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit acting as caretakers to 114 acres of land in Brevard County. Our vision is to use this land to discover, study, and teach about Florida’s plants and animals to help sustain and enrich lives.
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