This is a great shot of a coyote.
And here is another.
Feb. 21 was a busy night. Here is a coyote, looking around for action;
And then a bobcat is poking around the area a couple of hours later;
and 40 minutes after that it is eating a small mammal.
This is a nice daytime shot of the bobcat. Most of the bobcats we see out there are like this one, bigger than a house cat, but not by a huge amount. However, a couple of times we've seen a big bobcat with bulging muscles, and at least twice this size. And, of course, I am dying to get a photo of the black panther, which is unknown to science. We have seen them 3 or 4 times, all in daylight, but never gotten a photo of it.
This an awesome action shot. For some reason the image is nice and clear even though the coyote was in full gallop and only has one paw on the ground. My guess is that the snow put so much light into the lense that the camera was able to function with a very fast shutter.
This photo is interesting because the coyote is so big and black. An old male? It looks to me like its face is black because of mange, which can be a serious problem in Texas, but mainly when it's hot. It looks nice and buff, and healthy though, so maybe that's not why it's black.
This is a photo from an earlier time when I was using an old camera, trying to find a good spot to put the new camera. Mostly, I got nothing with this camera location, but this deer came by one foggy morning. There is my old camping trailer, with a view of its awesome camouflage, custom applied by none other than yours truly.