Yes. Tracks are easily distinguishable. Just as those tracks are easily distinguishable from cat tracks. What do you mean? I live in a heavily built up area of Toronto the megacity, and I have bunny, fox, weasels, and coyotes regularly - in my tiny, fenced-in bowling alley of a yard. OK, the coyotes tend to live in the park ten blocks away, but I just came face-to-face with one in the park, not 20 feet from me, just on Wednesday. I cannot step outside my door on a winter's day without seeing half a dozen bunny tracks. I have seen fox in my driveway and on the road. And a mink ate all my Koi. Maybe that's why I consider such critters to be wholly within likelihood. They are as common as cats , even in the backyards of a major city.