I'm still on the subject of wildlife viewing and bird photography. I've learned over the years to always look UP when eating breakfast at my kitchen table. Don't stare, head down, into the bowl of cereal, or at the computer, or at the newspaper. LOOK UP! Morning is when wildlife is moving, whether it be birds or mammals.
This morning I was gifted with a large coyote pondering the ice, wondering how he was going to get around the open water to get to the shore he was headed for. I watched him trot large circles around the open water the inlets have created, then back around and into the bay right in front of the resort. None of the geese or swans were bothered by him (though it would have been interesting to see and hear them get excited with a predator sniffing around). Since he couldn't get out of the bay without getting wet, he turned around yet again, circled the open water, then trotted off across the middle of the lake.
I managed to take only one good picture of him, which I am sharing with you here.
Until next time ~~ Jennifer
Jennifer, who owns Two Inlets Resort with her husband, Bob, enjoys wildlife viewing and bird photography. May and early June are an excellent time of year for these activities.