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    Coyote (Canis latrans texensis: Canidae)
  2. Coyote


    Coyote (Canis latrans: Canidae) Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas, USA. Urban setting with remnant patches of Rolling Plains Vegetation with small patches of riparian forest at ca. 286 m (937 ft) elevation.
  3. Coyote


    Coyote (Canis latrans subsp. frustor: Canidae) This coyote popped out and saw me, I responded with one photo and it disappeared as quickly as it appeared (lol). Photographed in Galveston Island State Park, northeast of Jamaica Beach, Galveston County, Texas, USA. Barrier Island, coastal prairie...
  4. Sechuran Fox

    Sechuran Fox

    Sechuran Fox (Lycalopex sechurae: Canidae) Photographed at Chaparr Lodge, a private ecological reserve, ca. 60-70 km east of Chiclayo, Lambayeque Department, Peru. Equatorial dry forest composed of desert scrub and cacti at ca. 29 m (95 ft) elevation. Fairly common along trails and around the...
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    Coyote (Canis latrans mearnsii: Canidae) Nineteen subspecies are recognized with only subspecies mearnsii being mapped for Arizona. Wile E. Coyote resting under a Palo Verde after being humiliated by Roadrunner, once again. Photographed on the outskirts of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA...
  6. Red Fox (silver/black phase)

    Red Fox (silver/black phase)

    Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes cascadensis: Canidae) One of ten North American subspecies of Red Fox and one of three mountain subspecies of red fox. All of the Mountain subspecies are slightly smaller than the lowland subspecies. Red fox have three color morphs or phases, red, cross and silver/black...