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  1. Coyote


    Taken through a dirty window with not enough light for this camera. Thes guys are always around. When the pack makes a kill they start singing, and what an eerie feeling.
  2. Coyote (Canis latrans)

    Coyote (Canis latrans)

    On the prowl, this is the race "C. l. ochropus," sometimes called the "California Valley Coyote." It is a more golden or ocher color, slightly darker and less gray than other races. It also averages slightly smaller. They remind me of African Jackals and are sometimes called the American...
  3. Coyote.jpg


    Coyote (Canis latrans texensis: Canidae)
  4. Who's the boss?

    Who's the boss?

    A coyote chases down some ravens who were pestering him.
  5. Coyote


    This coyote was warming in the morning sun probably after an active night hunting rabbits. Native to North America and smaller than it's relative the grey wolf.
  6. Coyote


    Coyote (Canis latrans texensis) Beep-beep! This female was keeping her distance from us in a tidal flat.
  7. coyote


    OK you had enough photos
  8. coyote


    one gorgeous coyote, healthy fellow
  9. coyote


    One of the best coyote sightings I've ever had. Took me a good many years to get a close up shot of one. Right across the creek from me in Morningside Park
  10. Coyote


    Coyote (Canis latrans subsp. texensis) This subspecies is known as the Texas Plains Coyote. Just south of Tivoli, Refugio County, Texas, USA. Coastal Plains and Marshes Vegetational Area. Mainly flat fields converted to pasture and agriculture with small and patchy remnant coastal woods at ca...
  11. 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.
  12. My first Coyote

    My first Coyote

    A long shot and a big crop, but it's my one and only. I've seen many in Jersey but never with a camera.
  13. 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...
  14. Coyote


    I have never seen someone post an image taken with a trail camera. This image was taken in my backyard, at night. The IQ is not the best, but I thought some of you might be interested. These animals are quite common here in middle Tennessee, USA. They were originally a western animal, but...
  15. Cayote with his catch

    Cayote with his catch

    Saw the Coyote again, but the light was fading, as it was in the evening, this is the best I could do, but if you look closely you can see a mouse in his jaws !
  16. Coyote on the hunt

    Coyote on the hunt

    This Coyote was at the Gilbert Riparian Center hunting in one of the empty ponds there.
  17. Coyote on the hunt

    Coyote on the hunt

    I watched this young coyote stalk and finally capture one of the myriad of prairie dogs that live in this reserve.
  18. Coyote at Ridgefield

    Coyote at Ridgefield

    Coyote at Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge, Ridgefield, WA
  19. Coyote


    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...
  20. Watching Me, Watching Him

    Watching Me, Watching Him

    I wanted to say "Knowing Me, Knowing You" but I thought it might date me a bit, lol. This coyote is in his day bed, on agricultural lands, and I'm in my car on a dykeland road. And that's a good place to be because this is the largest coyote I've ever seen.
  21. Young Coyote

    Young Coyote

  22. Coyote


    Was looking for birds today and what I found was a group of coyotes. They are not common here in Panama. I think this was a female.
  23. Wily


    I encountered this Coyote while on a trail today in the Santa Monica Mountains. At first we both stopped, then I started talking to him in a low voice and he stayed for a minute checking me out before taking off. Not the usual Coyote situation.
  24. Here Puppy!

    Here Puppy!

    Getcher dogzin, thairz a cayoat on da' loose. I have been watching this family of five coyotes, and I believe that this is one of the three young ones in the process of a coat transition (on the last rainy day it look more like a porcupine). The coat of the parents is much more stable and good...
  25. Coyote-Crow race

    Coyote-Crow race

    There was a Coyote-Crow race in Colonie cause race fans* keep coming, OK? *like the three crows in the background