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Coyote Bobbett and Underwater Tail Slap
Jul 20, 2021 17:12:56   #
1FTR Loc: Pacific Northwest - Portland area
 
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bobbed tail. The regular trail walkers, particularly those walking dogs, have named a female coyote, Bobbett (sp?). This one was barking, yipping and howling at me at 5:35 this a.m. On my return hike, I saw the beaver (with the bite out of its tail). I surprised it in the shallow pond outlet. It went submarine and gave me a tail slap while submerged--weird. So, I got to wondering, did the coyote bite the beaver tail and the beaver then sever the coyote's tail.

I've a tale of two tails to regale
A story where things didn't go so well
Beaver lumbered ashore to lumberjack a tree
Coyote heard the gnawing and looked to see
A giant rodent meal--oh glory be! Just for me!
Well she chomped down on that beaver's tail
But bit off more than she could chew
For the beaver turned and bid adieu
By biting coyote's tail in two.

Suppose?


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Jul 20, 2021 18:09:52   #
NMGal Loc: NE NM
 
Nice looking coyote.

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Jul 20, 2021 18:33:00   #
Retired CPO Loc: Travel full time in an RV
 
Beautiful coyote/Nice photos.

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Jul 20, 2021 18:58:09   #
UTMike Loc: South Jordan, UT
 
Good set, John, as usual!

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Jul 20, 2021 19:12:43   #
rbmacc Loc: DeQuincy La
 
Great series of this K9. Well done.

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Jul 21, 2021 06:06:13   #
Manglesphoto Loc: 70 miles south of St.Louis
 
1FTR wrote:
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bobbed tail. The regular trail walkers, particularly those walking dogs, have named a female coyote, Bobbett (sp?). This one was barking, yipping and howling at me at 5:35 this a.m. On my return hike, I saw the beaver (with the bite out of its tail). I surprised it in the shallow pond outlet. It went submarine and gave me a tail slap while submerged--weird. So, I got to wondering, did the coyote bite the beaver tail and the beaver then sever the coyote's tail.

I've a tale of two tails to regale
A story where things didn't go so well
Beaver lumbered ashore to lumberjack a tree
Coyote heard the gnawing and looked to see
A giant rodent meal--oh glory be! Just for me!
Well she chomped down on that beaver's tail
But bit off more than she could chew
For the beaver turned and bid adieu
By biting coyote's tail in two.

Suppose?
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bob... (show quote)


Great images!!!!

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Jul 22, 2021 15:36:51   #
Bubalola Loc: Big Apple, NY
 
1FTR wrote:
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bobbed tail. The regular trail walkers, particularly those walking dogs, have named a female coyote, Bobbett (sp?). This one was barking, yipping and howling at me at 5:35 this a.m. On my return hike, I saw the beaver (with the bite out of its tail). I surprised it in the shallow pond outlet. It went submarine and gave me a tail slap while submerged--weird. So, I got to wondering, did the coyote bite the beaver tail and the beaver then sever the coyote's tail.

I've a tale of two tails to regale
A story where things didn't go so well
Beaver lumbered ashore to lumberjack a tree
Coyote heard the gnawing and looked to see
A giant rodent meal--oh glory be! Just for me!
Well she chomped down on that beaver's tail
But bit off more than she could chew
For the beaver turned and bid adieu
By biting coyote's tail in two.

Suppose?
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bob... (show quote)


Fine shots!

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Jul 25, 2021 13:08:25   #
Sinewsworn Loc: Port Orchard, WA
 
1FTR wrote:
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bobbed tail. The regular trail walkers, particularly those walking dogs, have named a female coyote, Bobbett (sp?). This one was barking, yipping and howling at me at 5:35 this a.m. On my return hike, I saw the beaver (with the bite out of its tail). I surprised it in the shallow pond outlet. It went submarine and gave me a tail slap while submerged--weird. So, I got to wondering, did the coyote bite the beaver tail and the beaver then sever the coyote's tail.

I've a tale of two tails to regale
A story where things didn't go so well
Beaver lumbered ashore to lumberjack a tree
Coyote heard the gnawing and looked to see
A giant rodent meal--oh glory be! Just for me!
Well she chomped down on that beaver's tail
But bit off more than she could chew
For the beaver turned and bid adieu
By biting coyote's tail in two.

Suppose?
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bob... (show quote)


Nice set! A talking coyote? Thanx for sharing!

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Jul 25, 2021 14:26:38   #
joecichjr Loc: Chicago S. Suburbs, Illinois, USA
 
1FTR wrote:
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bobbed tail. The regular trail walkers, particularly those walking dogs, have named a female coyote, Bobbett (sp?). This one was barking, yipping and howling at me at 5:35 this a.m. On my return hike, I saw the beaver (with the bite out of its tail). I surprised it in the shallow pond outlet. It went submarine and gave me a tail slap while submerged--weird. So, I got to wondering, did the coyote bite the beaver tail and the beaver then sever the coyote's tail.

I've a tale of two tails to regale
A story where things didn't go so well
Beaver lumbered ashore to lumberjack a tree
Coyote heard the gnawing and looked to see
A giant rodent meal--oh glory be! Just for me!
Well she chomped down on that beaver's tail
But bit off more than she could chew
For the beaver turned and bid adieu
By biting coyote's tail in two.

Suppose?
This does not appear to be the coyote with the bob... (show quote)


Beautiful shots and an awesome specimen ☀️🍀🍀☀️

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