Our coyote neighbors usually stay in the lower field, but one visited in the front yard mostly shrouded in the fog of sunset.
We have long shared our property with a pack of coyotes. They compete with the dogs for rabbits and love to join in the dogs’ songs, but otherwise cause no issues for us. Normally, however, they venture only into the lower field.
Last night, however, the fog was quite dense, so this coyote felt safe venturing into the upper field in front of the house. That field is ripe with rabbits, so she probably thought it was a great target for dinner. The photo, unfortunately, was taken through a window, at near dark, through the fog at a distance of about 100 feet, so not ideal conditions. As always, you can select any picture to reveal a Retina quality image, though this particular image will have noise in it because of the conditions.
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