Entertainment By A Flock Of Birds

This flock of songbirds was actively chirping and actively moving around on a branch when they caught this coyote’s attention. The branch reached about 30 feet off the ground, so the birds were not reachable. The coyote approached slowly, fully absorbed with the bird activity. He then sat and watched for about two minutes before the birds flew off all at once.

I’ve seen coyotes visually absorbed in watching raindrops hit the grass, and in watching hawks and ravens and even bees fly in their vicinity. They are visually acute because hunting requires them to be so, but also they are extremely curious regarding just about anything.

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