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Old 06-13-2023, 09:49 PM
 
Location: Green Valley, AZ
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In this video, you will see a coyote that has 4 legs, but only three feet. I do not know if this was due to an injury or if it was born this way. If it was an injury, it must have been some time ago as the stump has re-grown hair. Either way, this coyote looks really good for any coyote, let alone an injured one. Next, we have some javelina with babies. These babies were at my house just a couple of weeks ago and looked to be days old at that time. I am happy to report that all 4 babies look healthy and well!!! Next we have a coyote that has all it's legs and feet, but looks pretty scraggly and possibly injured, it looked to possibly be limping. Then we have a skunk! I have not seen one on my trail cam for quite a while, so it was a treat to see one! Next is a family of quail. Usually, you see lots of quail with babies by this time of year, but I have only seen two families so far this year, and it seems late for babies to be hatching. We then have a javelina marking a pipe for my septic drain field so it can find this delicious water bowl again!!! Lastly, we have our 4 legged, 3 footed coyote again about 12 days later. It still looks good and healthy and I am glad we have captured it on the trail cam!!!


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Old 06-14-2023, 04:45 PM
 
Location: Marin County, CA
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I wonder how that 3 foot yote stays so healthy...
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Old 06-14-2023, 05:21 PM
 
Location: Green Valley, AZ
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I wonder how that 3 foot yote stays so healthy...
I wonder the same thing! However it is doing it, it seems to be working!!!
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Old 06-18-2023, 09:13 AM
 
Location: Sandy Eggo's North County
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Looks like the coyote was ensnared in a trap, and chewed it foot off to escape. Seen foxes do this to escape poachers' baited traps. (Would love to do the same to the poachers.)

OP~ really enjoy your video's. And since nobody on the Eastern half of the country, have ever even heard of javalina, it's also a learning tool for them, too. Thank you for that.
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Old 06-22-2023, 01:45 PM
 
Location: Green Valley, AZ
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Looks like the coyote was ensnared in a trap, and chewed it foot off to escape. Seen foxes do this to escape poachers' baited traps. (Would love to do the same to the poachers.)

OP~ really enjoy your video's. And since nobody on the Eastern half of the country, have ever even heard of javalina, it's also a learning tool for them, too. Thank you for that.
Thanks for watching and your comment NORTY FLATZ. I also had never heard of a javelina until I moved here to southeastern Arizona from Oregon. Now I am VERY familiar with them, and I am glad I have had the opportunity to observe and learn about them!
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