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Photo of the Day ~ Animals & Wildlife Category ~ July 16, 2008

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Coyote at Rest
by Teresa Burnett (Teresa) 
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XTi
Location:
Eatonville, Washington
 
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
None.


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Kirsten Kjaer commented on July 16, 2008 04:19:
OH WOW!! Fantastic capture, Teresa. Congrast on this awesome potd.
Melinda Schneider commented on July 16, 2008 08:47:
Gorgeous!
Marty Preslar commented on July 16, 2008 09:56:
Great shot! Is it in the wild? What length lens did you use? Bravo and Congrats on your POTD!
Linn Smith commented on July 16, 2008 11:17:
A well seen capture of a strikingly handsome animal...congratulations on your POTD!
Robin-Lee Vieira commented on July 16, 2008 12:25:
Amazing detail and mood captured here! What a find!! Big congrats on POTD!!
Teresa Burnett commented on July 16, 2008 22:26:
Thank you so much Kirsten, Melinda, Marty, Linn and Robin-Lee. Actually all of the predatory animals and raptors I have posted pictures of are animal that could no longer survive in the wild for one reason or another and are now at a lovely refuge called Northwest Trek. Their enclosures are wonderful, as you can see. Marty, this was shot with my 55-200mm lens, at 200, of course. Northwest Trek covers many acres and has a lot of grazing animals (bison, elk, deer, mtn goats, etc) in a very large meadow an
susie peek-swint commented on July 24, 2008 03:27:
Beautiful animal ~ great capture Teresa! I'm happy to hear Northwest Trek is still going strong.. I enjoyed a visit there several years ago ~ they do great work!


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