Coyote Pup Photos


The flood of baby animal images continues with these Coyote pups from this summer. I normally put my workshops later in the summer so that the cats are more photogenic…they are my fav. The downside of that is the canines are already independent and super fast making them very difficult to photograph. This year, I went early and took advantage of the dates to get some great Coyote images for my clients and me! These photo sessions were among my best ever and so lesson learned, next year we go early again! Check out the details on Wildlife WorkshopsHERE.

Fun and or Interesting Facts about the Coyote

  • usually 32 to 37 inches long and have between 20 and 50 pounds
  • incredible sense of hearing, detecting sounds up to a mile away
  • move silently by walking on the tips of their toes
  • very good swimmers
  • male coyote is a dogit or yote
  • collective nouns: A group of Coyote is a band, a pack or a rout.
Well, I really don’t like any of those collective nouns very much. I think that song or wile would be much more appropriate. Thoughts?

Coyote Pup Photos

Coyote pup looking over a log photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote pup looking over a log

Coyote Pup in the forest photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote Pup

Coyote pup interaction with adult photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote pup interaction with adult

Coyote pup in a hollow log in spring photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote pup in a hollow log in spring

Coyote pup howling photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote pup howling

Coyote pup in tall grass photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Coyote pup in tall grass

Coyote Photography Portfolio

I’ve got a pack (see what I did there? 🙂 ) of Coyote photos in my portfolio. You will find Coyotes that are young, Coyotes that are old and Coyotes that are in the snow! Enjoy just browsing the photography or you can order a print of your favorite shot. All of my images are available for licensing, just ask for details. You can see my Coyote portfolio…HERE.

Wildlife Photography Workshops

I will have 5 or 6 workshops that will feature wildlife models in controlled situations next year. This a great way to hone your photography skills alongside a professional photography who is there to coach you get the best possible images. Oh, and you will fill your wildlife photography portfolio with some killer images. If that if of interest, I encourage you to check out my Wildlife Photography WorkshopsHERE.

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