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Nov 30, 2015 19:09 |  #1

Such a common view, LOL

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Dec 01, 2015 07:25 |  #2

But you still got it John lol, hope your still lovin the 7DII


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Dec 01, 2015 07:33 |  #3

Yup like Jeff said....you got him, even if is the south end of a coyote going north :) Well done John!


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Dec 01, 2015 11:16 |  #4

The look back is one of my favorite poses. Good one John.:-)


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Dec 01, 2015 11:44 |  #5

Pondrader wrote in post #17802986 (external link)
But you still got it John lol, hope your still lovin the 7DII

thanks Jeff, the 7DII is a real winner.

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Yup like Jeff said....you got him, even if is the south end of a coyote going north :) Well done John!

Thanks Ian. That is the most common close pose you get with them.

KT29 wrote in post #17803239 (external link)
The look back is one of my favorite poses. Good one John.:-)

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Dec 01, 2015 19:24 |  #6

Usually when I see a coyote in the wild, all I see is a puff of smoke, followed by a "pazzoooow" sound. Or at least it seems that way.


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Dec 01, 2015 20:56 as a reply to  @ Crimzon's post |  #7

LOL.


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Dec 01, 2015 21:06 |  #8

Nice shot


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Dec 01, 2015 21:33 as a reply to  @ cole4570's post |  #9

Thanks Cole


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Dec 07, 2015 21:13 |  #10

fantastic shot. How long did you have to wait for that pose?




  
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Dec 07, 2015 21:49 |  #11

A little squeak or yip and they turn and look right at you.
Nice photo John.



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Dec 07, 2015 22:28 |  #12

I like this shot and what the others have said sort of has covered it all for me.
So well done.


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Dec 08, 2015 09:16 |  #13

jwebta32 wrote in post #17810993 (external link)
fantastic shot. How long did you have to wait for that pose?

Thank you. I did not have to wait for it. The Coyote was heading off and I happened into the right place at the right time.

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A little squeak or yip and they turn and look right at you.
Nice photo John.

Thanks Jeremy. I'll remember your note.

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I like this shot and what the others have said sort of has covered it all for me.
So well done.

Thank you very much.


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Dec 25, 2015 05:13 |  #14

Nice shot and a great camouflage for the coyote!!


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Dec 25, 2015 05:24 as a reply to  @ avim's post |  #15

Thank you


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