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Post  Razed Bed on 5/30/2015, 1:19 pm

One of two foxes living at our house--the other walks on two legs


What we think is a wild Coy Dog, but many others aren't sure what it was


A baby owl that is now an adult that stays in our yard frequently and watches us garden


A different snake from our current rat snake


And the most controversial picture I have taken in my adult life.  It has been published in numerous publications.  This is not a coyote nor a coy dog.  A Vanderbilt University zoologist confirmed that this is a coy wolf, but the State Department of Natural Resources refused to acknowledge that it was, until more proof proved that it was.  So, they then accused me of taking this picture outside of Tennessee, probably in Kentucky where coy wolves have been identified.

It's not like a coy wolf sees the sign in the road stating "Now Entering Tennessee," and thinks to itself that it must turn around.  We are 34 miles from the state line, and the coy wolves were spotted in Southern Kentucky more than 5 years ago, so 34 miles in 5 years comes out to less than 100 inches per day of southern migration.

Coyotes do not grow to a size larger than a German Shepherd, and this animal weighed at least 85-90 pounds.


For comparison purposes, this is a confirmed coy wolf from a zoological source.

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Post  Windmere on 5/30/2015, 1:38 pm

Wow, what beautiful creatures.  I think a fox in our woods would help us out with the deer problems we occasionally have.  Your photography work is very good.  Thank you for sharing.

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