BIG Owl on my Trail

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In the camera on the right it look like he is marking his territory, he has done it a couple of times in the same spot.
I think the one with the stumpy tail, "Stumpy," is a female. but I can't be 100% sure. This one is male, for sure:


and something about their behavior over the last ~year (can't remember which video) made me think that Stumpy was female.

But yeah, they all mark in that same area.
 

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My wife caught the fencing crew peeing while she was watching live. Turns out that when you are in the country, you can drop your pants to your knees and re-arrange things. It was 100+ at the time so I can certainly relate to his situation.
 

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My wife caught the fencing crew peeing while she was watching live. Turns out that when you are in the country, you can drop your pants to your knees and re-arrange things. It was 100+ at the time so I can certainly relate to his situation.
Most women won't admit it, but they are as big of a bunch of pervs as guys are......
 

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More footage of "my" coyotes:


This is several clips from one night, spliced together, so look at the burned-in time stamps to get the time context.

The first scene has 2 coyotes chasing some sort of prey animal, probably a rat. You can see the second coyote in the background, making an impressive dive underneath the bottom rail of the fence.

One of the males appears to be limping slightly in the latter parts of the video.
 

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I'm glad I checked the uphill camera (and glad that I have BI on Continuous):


I can see her coming from my neighbor's house, across the trail, and then back out the same way. She doesn't go up or down the trail at all. So this might be my neighbor :facepalm: .

I know the neighbor uphill from them, but not them themselves. This could be awkward.
 
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