Wild animals will still be wild even if they are in your neighborhood. They see no boundaries and are only trying to survive.
Many animals like deer move into towns for their increased chances of survival. Deer have easy access to food in towns through peoples gardens and the many bushy trees around. There is less competition with other animals and less predation too. There are many towns where deer do so well they have actually become a problem.
Coyotes are another animal that can thrive in urban environments. They have been spotted in many large cities even and often live in parks eating garbage, rodents and unfortunately, people’s pets.
But coyotes are also a predator of deer. Areas that have high deer populations will draw in predators.
Even if you knew this, this scene would still be wild to walk out the front door and see.
This man is seen going out his front door and down to the sidewalk to what looks to be a crime scene.
He follows the large blood trail to a dead deer that had been taken out by a coyote in Rochester, Michigan, a fairly affluent suburb of Detroit.
These animals don’t care that it’s right in your yard.