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Howling for Love

Some Coyotes in Yellowstone are more comfortable than others when it comes to walking on the roadways or being close to humans.

 

This coyote was running along the frozen river with a mate, but then came up to the road.  Since the mate was too scared to walk along the road, or be close to humans, he stopped and howled to make sure she was still following along in the tree lines.

 

It was really quite cool to watch this, and then to see them join back up with one another a few minutes later.

 

This image is copyright © Terri Shaddick, if you are interested in using or purchasing this image, or any other images on my site, contact Terri Shaddick at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

Taken: December 24, 2018
Location: Yellowstone National Park

Camera: Canon EOS R
Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM
Focal Length: 340mm
Aperture: f/7.1
ISO: 1250
Exposure: 1/1000

About this Image

Some Coyotes in Yellowstone are more comfortable than others when it comes to walking on the roadways or being close to humans.

 

This coyote was running along the frozen river with a mate, but then came up to the road.  Since the mate was too scared to walk along the road, or be close to humans, he stopped and howled to make sure she was still following along in the tree lines.

 

It was really quite cool to watch this, and then to see them join back up with one another a few minutes later.

 

This image is copyright © Terri Shaddick, if you are interested in using or purchasing this image, or any other images on my site, contact Terri Shaddick at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

Taken: December 24, 2018
Location: Yellowstone National Park

Camera Specs

Camera: Canon EOS R
Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM
Focal Length: 340mm
Aperture: f/7.1
ISO: 1250
Exposure: 1/1000