Surviving the Winter Chill
In Yellowstone, where winters are harsh, coyotes face the challenge of survival in difficult conditions. In this unfriendly environment, where temperatures drop drastically and snowfall can be intense, coyotes rely on their thick fur and fluffy tails to maintain body heat. Searching for food in conditions where the availability of prey is limited, they must demonstrate cleverness and flexibility in acquiring sustenance. Assisted by their excellent senses, especially hearing and smell, coyotes manage well in extreme conditions, providing an incredible example of adaptation to the freezing winters in Yellowstone.
Yellowstone, USA
FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS + 1.4X Teleconverter
560mm ƒ/7.1 1/1600 ISO 640