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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Please SUBSCRIBE NOW! http://bit.ly/BWchannel On this week’s adventure Coyote is getting the chance to walk the grounds of the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum (ASDM) with Curator of Animal Experiences Will Bruner. From species ambassadors like the Mountain Lion to the Desert Bighorn Sheep the ASDM is home to a plethora of animal species! Located in Tucson Mountain Park, and founded in 1952, the ASDM is one of the top zoological societies and museums in the world and is the perfect place to visit if you want to get a look at all of the magnificent wildlife of the Southwest has to offer! Special Thanks to all of the wonderful staff at the ASDM for their assistance in the making of this episode! Breaking Trail leaves the map behind and follows adventurer and animal enthusiast Coyote Peterson and his crew

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  • Javier Terrazas (JerichoholicY2J) 2 years ago

    Viva Sonora,MX gringos!!!?

  • Silver EnderFox 2 years ago

    I go here so often that I often forget that it is a place people will travel hundreds of miles to visit. It's like my zoo.?

  • Vernon Havaton 2 years ago

    live in Arizona I am native?

  • Dale J 2 years ago

    i like your videos but i don't really agree with zoos because no matter what, an animal likes to be free it doesn't matter how real you try to make it the animals habitat its spirit will always want to go, run free.?

  • Logan Kirchner 2 years ago

    Have you ever had to go to the hospital because you got hurt coyote?

  • Logan Kirchner 2 years ago

    I really love watching your videos.They inspired me to love animals so much.so that's why I have two hermit crabs now.?

  • Heriberto Luevano 2 years ago

    ive seen every animal?

  • Josh Romans 2 years ago

    I saw an animal at 06:00, if im not mistaken that is an ocelot? I thought that was pretty cool seen as though we have a very similar looking creature here in Africa known as the genet?

  • Ustole myMusterd 2 years ago

    Is that spotted cat a ocelot??

  • Tenebrae 2 years ago

    Here's something that you may or may not know: the Pennsylvania Game Commission is lying about the existence of Mountain Lions in PA. Furthermore, they may even be intentionally reintroducing them because the pair near my home in Cogan Station were tagged. They were first noticed by the neighbors when they let their dogs out and heard a commotion only to come out and see two huge cats chasing the dogs around. What was really strange is that they didn't try to kill the dogs and the owners said they seemed more like they were playing, never using claws or teeth…just running them down in a playful manner. When I was little and in the woods with a friend, we heard a scream that sounded like a woman being murdered… Only later on in life did I find out that's a mountain lion call. The PGA refuses to investigate, even when presented with photographs, and tells everyone they are wrong. I recently looked into it, because this was during my childhood, and it seems sightings have gone up…and they still refuse to investigate and continue telling people they are wrong…despite photos. I can only assume that they wanted to reintroduce them but didn't want public backlash for releasing huge carnivorous cats back into PA. Kinda reckless not to warn people, I often hiked in the woods all the time, alone, as a youth. Granted…the ones near our house were tagged, blatantly so on the ears, and showed no hostility towards dogs…so they may have been captive bred and less of a threat to me, as a youth. Still…wild animal and all, even captive bred…a tiny tot could still make a lucrative snack if hunting wasn't going well for the pair…?

  • Micky456 2 years ago

    that's awesome that you've been there?

  • Halcyon Industries (KerianH) 2 years ago

    Definitely someplace I wanna stop by if I ever get to Arizona.?

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  • Brian Green 2 years ago

    great trip?

  • Brian Green 2 years ago

    great trip?

  • andone01red 2 years ago

    When are you coming back to Arizona??

  • Ronald Meeks 2 years ago

    love it?

  • Emiley Tanaka 2 years ago

    Holy crap! Seeing that bighorn, I honestly thought they were a statue!?

  • TRAVIS LINTON 2 years ago

    Sup?

  • Musicman971997 2 years ago

    I've been there, (it was many years ago)- but it was easily one of the best experiences of my entire life. It is an amazing setting, with a great collection of creatures to enjoy up close, and personal. It's a must-see.?