Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by Gator, Feb 4, 2019.
Interesting, I have never seen a white coyote. It is extremely rare or nonexistent here. The under story cover growing in the pines is also interesting; Any pine stands that I have seen around here with that level of stocking has virtually no level of ground cover.
First time I've gotten a pic of one. He does have some light brown or something on him. Earlier pics another lease member had, we thought he was just dirty but this pic makes him look like he's "dirty blond" or something versus white.
Holly's will grow anywhere.
Maybe the normal mottled white/brown color but a really unhealthy coat? looks pretty mangey to me
Yep, he's mangy. I've killed some so mangy that they stink to high heaven. I had one on the place I just sold that was almost completely hairless. I did him a favor.
I've seen several black ones, even have a full bodied mount of one I killed several years ago, but that's my first white one to ever see.
A blonde we caught 3 years ago. Got him tanned out.
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I saw a huge white one with my son years ago. When we told others they said we were crazy. Thanks for the photo.
You can usually smell the mange before you can easily see it.
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