He probably isn't that welcome, but a handsome animal nonetheless.
I love coyotes. The get a bad reputation from people.
Wow!!!What a great picture, love seeing the wildlife pictures.....Beautiful Coyote, Francine.
Your pictures are amazing. :)
Nawet takich ciekawych gości masz. Zdjęcia bardzo ładne. Pozdrawiam.Even such interesting guests you have. Photos very nice. Yours.
A Wile e character, indeed. Pretty good size, too.
Oh my how cool. Do the dogs chase them? I will chase a fox given half the chance and I did once. Have a super Saturday.Best wishes Molly
Very nice shots Theresa..... well done.Greetings, Joop
OH HOW COOL!!!!may not be SO welcome...(when we saw one only ONCE in our yard...sam was afraid to let milo outside for days....)...BUT they sure are a treat to see!!!(yay! i'm back!! finally figured out it was our modem...8 yrs old...and not up to par! had to shell out too much $ to the cable company for a new one. oh well.)
he/she is wonderful to behold. and now that i look at this one, the one we saw last week is a coyote, just like bob said. he was exactly like this one
What a beauty! I got a sneak image of one the other day, only one, but yeah, I got it. Do you see Coyotes often where you live
Great capture -- yours are much darker than ours up here.
I like coyotes. I have a toy one wearing a red cowboy hat who sits next to my tv.
Are they considered as pests? He has one gorgeous face though! Suzy x
Looks like he is trying hard to get away from the lady with the camera.
Oh my~ these pictures are amazing! But they are certainly not welcome around my place... :(
Looking for a roadrunner? Handsome dude!
Dearest Theresa,Wow, never seen coyotes from personal picture. I hope they are not danger to the people. Yes, he/she is really gorgeous. I love the strong looking face.Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Amazing photos. Monika B.
I've never seen one in person, but I hear we have them in our area. There's even a bounty on them, I think. You can tell in that last shot that he knew he wasn't welcome!
ooohhh no t, i would worry about your fur babies!!he is beautiful and you got some great action shots!!when i saw the title i thought it was a post about me ;)))hehehe
A beautiful animal. I wonder if they are ever domesticated. He sure looks like a dog! :-)
You took some great action pictures there Tex.How wonderful to see a wild coyote at your entrance.. Thanks for these .. happy weekendval.
Cute wild Cayote!, I have never seen..very strong eyes!i have no pet...dreaming to have horses one day ;)have a nice weekend Theresa;)
And moving fast!
Fantastic shots, Tex! How do you dogs respond to the trespasser?
Morning Tex Great shot. They sure are pretty but I think you know they make me nervous.Ours are much larger a cross of some kind. B
I'm with holdingmoments. ;) blessings ~ tanna
I've always thought coyotes are so beautiful. Wonderful photos!!
Great photos! He is beautiful, but honestly our worst nightmare. Did your dogs chase him off?
Yep, he better run!
They are beautiful, but scare the bejesus out of me because I have small dogs and a cat...
He looks like he could use a good meal. Do you still have any cats? If so, I hope they stay safe!
Wow, they are usually so elusive! He's so handsome.
It appears, he doesn't like it that you have spotted him. Great pictures.
Wow Did you dogs see it? My sister has had a horrible time with them. They have gotten so bold to even come up on her porch. That one looks healthier than some of them I have seen. I think you guys have bigger ones than we do out here.:) Good action photos.
Hi Tex, Nice captures! Your photos remind me of an occasion when the spouse and I were enjoying a picnic on the edges of Yellowstone Lake one summer a few years ago. During the middle of our lunch a coyote trotted by, within 10 or 15 feet, and paid us no attention what-so-ever. I came away from that thinking these animals are probably not confrontational unless they feel threatened. Unrelated question: On your post today, scroll down to the spot where comments can be made and you will see an advertisement. I wonder if there is compensation for these ads, and if so, how do you sign up? Also, do you have any control over what the ad content is? Thanks and have a great weekend, John
Wow, you are lucky, fancy that.
Yikes!Glad you captured him though.
Thank goodness for those coyotes who come just to the other side of the fence to eat what I throw over the fence. With a well and septic tank, my husband says we can't have a disposal in the country. ??? Really...but it works out for us.
Those ears! All the better to hear you click Tex!! Or maybe he spied you first, looks like he is looking right at you. Am I just dreamin' or are we being treated to different photos each day in your header? Good Morning!
OH WOW!!! This is so awesome. "Photograph a coyote in the wild" was one of the things on my life list. I was able to cross that off the list, but my photos a gazillion miles away don't come close to comparing to these!
Dearest Theresa,Lovely photo and probably he/she wanted some dog food... A sleek body that could run away fast.Hugs,Mariette
Handsome fellow! Alert and skittish - probably watching out for those big dogs of yours!
Wow..what a privilege to see it in the yard!
I hear them but never see them. Yours are really bold!
Oh my! Each and every morning our dogs have a howling contest with the coyotes, and one of our dogs (I won't mention any names), has the most pitiful howl...it is hilarious! I can't tell if the coyotes are howling, or laughing :)
was hij in jullie tuin??
Great pictures - looks like a mix between a wolf / fox / wild dog and the dog.
Great shots! We hear them all the time back home but had to come down to Galveston to actually see them.
I always feel bad for the lonely coyote. They seem to have a hard life, always struggling just to get by one day at a time.
"A coyote in the front yard.""A human inside a house."
They are super critters!!! I love your 'action' shots. I remember when living in Tucson, in the city, I was walking early one morning, and one followed me home!!!
WOW!! Great shots!
Coyotes, Wolves, Dogs.... They all share the same DNA. Great shot.
The coyote is like the fox... interesting!
Nicely shot, especially the first one!
Great visit and capture!! You have a exciting wildlife among your home....especially all different birds
Great shots as you caught him on the run.
Wonderful shots. It is very active.
Great pictures. He looks rather lean and tall.
He's being very watchful. And off he goes. MB
How awesome! Great running shots. He doesn't look as pitiful as some of the coyotes I've come across in Texas.
Oh boy, now that's another thing you don't see in Philly!!!
He soon took to his heels and ran.have a great weekend.peter
You were able to snap some good pics. Hope you have a nice weekend.
We hear them at night here. They'll come in the yard. Probably looking for the chickens
Good job getting that shot. Around here, the coyotes are moving so fast all you get is a blur. Your guy doesn't look like he was going to hang around for a formal portrait, either.
Terrific shots, Theresa, and he is a handsome "trespasser"!!
Great shots but not a great thing he is there. Have a good weekend.
Great spotting! Was he looking for the 'Beep-Beep' bird? :-)
Very nice. Wish we had more mammals here in the UK.
glad you spotted him before the "kids" did.
is he running from seeing you?he's bigger than I expected
Very cool! I bet your dogs aren't too excited though!
Very good Teresa. It's fast, but you caught it well :))That passes good weekend.a kiss.
boy were the 'cotyes' yelping the other night...loud, close and a whole family must have been getting taught to hunt their way through the swamp and across the fields.Blessings
Great action shots, Tex! What do your dogs do when one comes around?
nice clicks Butterfly
The first time I saw a coyote ...Great pictures.Regards.Lucia
Keep them chickens penned up....
He's gorgeous! I'm glad he kept on moving. :) I don't think your pups would want to share their home. :) Fantastic photos!
One summer we house-sat an old farm and loved to watch the coyotes hunt in the lower field. Sometimes they would visit us in the yard. They are fascinating creatures.
T, I don't imagine it would stick around long, once it got the scent of your 4 canids!
Lucky you to get shots of this beautiful animal.
I hardly ever see one standing still- always on the run or going the opposite direction. Good capture!
He didn't stick around long enough for you to become friends (not likely huh??)
Oh he is a beauty isn't he? Great photos!!!!
He makes for a great photo, but I'd sure be nervous about having him around!
my son did a project on coyotes when he was in school. every coyote has it's own distinct howl and individuals in the pack can tell who is calling by their 'song'.
Nice pictures on the prairie wolf. I guess it is not welcome. Take the cattle from the farm?
oo! Your coyotes down there are more leggy and lean than ours up here. That's interesting. Ours have a stockier frame and a more square jowl.
Great photos! We don't have them in our part of the county, we still have foxes, I'm told that when the coyotes move in, the foxes move out. I hope it doesn't happen....
Hide your cats!
He noticed you noticing him! Was he looking for the roadrunner? We have them here in the suburbs, but they are straggly looking.
Ohh Just beautiful.. i love Coyote..
I love when it's running fast and keeping an eye on you at the same time. Great captures.
Your photos were very well done. ALERT, panic,...........run!!!!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Great captures - he looks young. Were your dogs going crazy?
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these! Fantastic that they turned out so well.
Beautiful capture! You can see the intelligence in his eyes. xx
Wow so great to see!! Are they common where you live...?
I always thought coyotes were scragglier. This one is kind of handsome!
Nice! The old Trickster of stories, the Coyote. Love to hear the Yips and Yodels while camped out!
I'm not a fan of coyotes after this summer, but these are great captures.
He is a wonderful color and very cool looking. You got a great picture. They aren't the easiest thing in the world to catch out like that.I like to see him here in this picture but not in my yard getting my ducks and geese!Awesome shots and very cool indeed!
What brilliant action shots of the wary coyote! And love the still, studying gaze in the first photo! Amazing!
So who scared him away??!! He looks pretty healthy, he must be eating well. I really like the motion shots, they are cool!!
I loved to hear the coyotes at night when we lived at the ranch. Once in a while I hear them here in town.
He is beautiful.....Heidi
You captured some great images of this fellow.
I'll say he was quite handsome as long as he didn't have a chicken or other animal in his mouth.
I think he was looking for Roadrunner. :)
Great shots! I've never seen one.
Whoa, I've never seen one up that close before! They are pure trouble in these parts.
Road runners now coyote.... Bet your fur babies were not happy
We are having coyote issues over here! Seem to be covered up in them right now. sighhh
Handsome, that one!
We hear the coyotes all the time around here. They got one of our cats, it's the price one pays when you live in their territory. They are beautiful creatures though.
Very cool that you got these photos! I hear coyotes a lot while in the woods, but rarely see them. Nice job!
He's a handsome fellow.
I'm not sure I'd think to grab my camera if I saw him in the front yard!
Looks like he did not want to pose long! But a great shot for an elusive critter.
because your dogs have determined the nose have stretched in the air .. :-))delicious Koyotegreetings Frank
What great pictures. He has a sweet face.
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Whoeeeeeey! He's running like he knows he's trespassing, too! Beautiful.
I think it understood, running back :)
Oh what is he looking for? Chickens, cats? Great shots!
Great captures! Now he can go look for trouble and food elsewhere.~Lindy
I know I have been around them, as people photograph them in their movement triggered hunting cameras. But I have not seen one in person.In recent years, the amount of "missing" cats and dogs is staggering in our area. Trees are littered with lost signs.
But not for long after spotting you and or the! Great shots, Tex.
Coyote was lookiing for a cat, small dog ,or to catch a squirrel or duck on the ground. I have to wonder if your dogs saw him/her before you did.
Maybe Wylie Coyote has been after the Road Runner?? Nice pics!
OMG!Realy?A coyote?Exellents shots Tex!!Have a lovely week!!Dimi..
Wow! He looks pretty healthy and happy.
Good job getting such great shots of the sneaky little critter!
My niece lives in Mansfield, Texas, in a big subdivision. They recently had coyotes coming into their subdivision, jumping 6 foot fences and eating pets. No joke. They are not scared of humans, according to her neighbors. They stand and stare right at them.Now the coyotes around our part ARE scared of humans, mostly due to my hubby, who hunts the critters with vengence. They have killed more calves of his farmer friends than you would care to know about. He gets to hunt deer every year free for going and hunting those coyotes. I don't like him killing any animals, but it does seem that they need to be thinned out.
Wonderful pictures of him, Theresa! He looks like he's saying, "Oh, no, she sees me, I have to get out of here!" :-)
They're fast aren't they?Catching up with Camera Critters.Man's Best Friend
Great shots on the wild animal!
uh oh better get outta here ... she sees me ...
I wonder what your dogs would do if they saw it...
A wiley one that one!!! Good captures!
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