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Dec 22, 2019 11:46:56   #
cahale Loc: San Angelo, TX
 
How about if I call it "Attractive?"

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Dec 22, 2019 12:32:31   #
crafterwantabe Loc: Mn
 
Fantastic picture

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Dec 22, 2019 12:32:46   #
Curmudgeon Loc: SE Arizona
 
Really nice shot. Not at all like our desert Coyotes

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Dec 22, 2019 13:09:19   #
marsdad Loc: NE Florida
 
Terrific photo. I recall seeing one early in the morning on the golf course in Avon, CT. Trying to sneak up on a squirrel, but couldn’t quite catch it. This was 25 years ago so they have been quietly among us in the East for long time.

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Dec 22, 2019 13:45:02   #
Rick Loomis
 
Where I live,the Sonoran Desert, it is known as the ghost of the desert. A very wily animal. I love the sight of them.
Rick Loomis

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Dec 22, 2019 14:18:37   #
gasstro Loc: Indiana
 
Great shot!

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Dec 22, 2019 14:32:16   #
Floyd2 Loc: Littletown WI
 
Terrific, just terrific. Love the expression, guess its looking for the next meal. How close were you and what equipment were you using?

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Dec 22, 2019 14:33:51   #
hookedupin2005 Loc: Northwestern New Mexico
 
Whistletown Wilds wrote:
Good boy! Call it what you will; Coydog, Eastern Coyote, or Coymolf. Up close and personal, Taken in East Lyme Ct. Ecologist and evolutionary biologist Javier Monzón analyzed the DNA of eastern coyotes and found the genes contain all three canids — dog, wolf, and coyote. According to Monzón’s research, about 64% of the eastern coyote’s genome is coyote (Canis latrans), 13% gray wolf (Canis lupus), 13% Eastern wolf (Canis lycaon), and 10% dog (Canis familiaris).

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Dec 22, 2019 16:01:18   #
Sherwood Lincoln Whistletown Wilds Loc: southeastern Ct.
 
Floyd2 wrote:
Terrific, just terrific. Love the expression, guess its looking for the next meal. How close were you and what equipment were you using?


All my bird and nature photos are taken in South Eastern Ct. most with a Canon 7D Mark II or 5D Mark IV and Canon 100 to 400II THANK YOU About 20 yds.

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Dec 22, 2019 16:16:11   #
mffox Loc: Avon, CT
 
Wonderful capture. Well done.

Was this beautiful animal in Lyme, CT?

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Dec 22, 2019 16:25:46   #
Annie-Get-Your-Gun Loc: Byron Center, Mi
 
Whistletown Wilds wrote:
Good boy! Call it what you will; Coydog, Eastern Coyote, or Coymolf. Up close and personal, Taken in East Lyme Ct. Ecologist and evolutionary biologist Javier Monzón analyzed the DNA of eastern coyotes and found the genes contain all three canids — dog, wolf, and coyote. According to Monzón’s research, about 64% of the eastern coyote’s genome is coyote (Canis latrans), 13% gray wolf (Canis lupus), 13% Eastern wolf (Canis lycaon), and 10% dog (Canis familiaris).


Excellent capture of a beautiful animal, Whistletown! And I just bet he could care less whether he's called dog, wolf or coyote.

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Dec 22, 2019 18:10:53   #
banster Loc: PA, Ontario, N.C.,Key West
 
PA game commission has confirmed grey wolf in many of the coyotes in Pa. Thought is they interbred with grey wolfs in Minnesota on their migration eastward. The eastern coyote is much larger than a western one. Several have been shot in north central Pa that weighed 70 +/- pounds.

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Dec 22, 2019 18:22:48   #
NJFrank Loc: New Jersey
 
Good capture.

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Dec 22, 2019 20:57:49   #
SWFeral Loc: SWNM
 
A striking and intelligent-looking animal, and your portrait does him justice.

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Dec 22, 2019 22:22:31   #
Sam9987
 
Fantastic shot, thank you for sharing

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