Navigating Tall Grasses & Undergrowth

A sight that is fun to watch is a coyote leaping through high grasses. It resembles a deer bounding gracefully in a high scallop pattern. The leaps are hard to capture in an image, but I do have a coyote negotiating tall grasses: lifting each leg very high, one at a time, and finally drawing its forelegs in to enable bounding on through. Coyotes, like the rest of us, have an easier time of it when they follow trails, either trails made by humans or themselves: the path of least resistance works best!

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