Coyotes Are Appreciated

Might this be a yoga pose?

Hi, Janet.  Today I saw my first coyote in daylight !!!  It was in Pacifica.

At first I thought it was a dog.  Or a wolf.  I even looked at your website’s pictures just to make sure it really was a coyote.  

You note on your website that, “Everyone I know is as thrilled as I am to have them here, even if they’ve never seen one!” And I know that’s true of me!  I want them to keep sharing the habitat we still have.  I am a defender of the coyotes.  Seeing the coyote today was an enormous thrill for me.

I also took pictures of a huge flock of quail in Pacifica today and recently I photographed my 37th California butterfly and that was in Pacifica too.  It was a Satyr Anglewing.

I really enjoy your coyote pictures.

Best wishes,

Jim Musselman

Another yoga position — and he held it for a long time!

 

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cindie White
    Sep 20, 2018 @ 06:54:03

    I love this story! Thank you Jim for loving Coyotes and sharing your excitement.

    Reply

  2. Elinor
    Sep 20, 2018 @ 22:51:08

    Thank you, Jim!

    Reply

  3. PJ
    Sep 21, 2018 @ 04:49:02

    It is so very exciting to see your first coyote. I know I was. A beautiful Male with about 4 females. I wanted so bad to open my car door (they were on my road) and call the Male into it. I get to hear them a lot just not see them other then that one time.

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  4. yipps:janetkessler
    Sep 21, 2018 @ 05:29:14

    Jim was thrilled because this was his first perfectly clear “daytime” sighting, at least in a long time. He has seen coyotes before, but usually at night.

    Reply

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