At first glance I thought they were red fox. It just looks like they are playing around to me. Nice catch.
Is this courting behavior? The smaller (female?) one has just buried some prey in my garden, 50' off-camera to the left, just before they come on screen.
The larger (male?) repeatedly puts his paw on the smaller one's hindquarters.
She returns for her buried prey 20 minutes after this clip finishes.
Seems a little early for courting behavior, but maybe it's year-round in Southern California.
The camera is set for h.265, CBR, 20 fps, 6144 kbps, I = 20.Looking at your video, it looks to me like your max bitrate needs to be upped somewhat.
Any model in particular?
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Very close. Here's a view from the trail. I had the fencing and gate completely rebuilt a few years ago, but the cameras are currently mounted against the long fence that my shadow's head is currently pointing to. Distance to running coyotes is probably 6-8'. I'll measure tonight when I get home.How far is your camera from the dirt trail/road?