Yesterday, Dave B. and I ventured to Anahuac NWR for a little photography. We arrived about sunrise looking for the elusive "Bobcat" that everyone seems to find and photograph. After a trip around Shoveler Pond we drove toward Frozen Point, turned around and we were headed back. It seemed that we had struck out again, and then. We noticed some Turkey & Black Vultures and Crested Caracara perched on the fence and some on the ground. I knew immediately that it meant breakfast. The vultures suddenly flushed and that's when we saw mr. wiley coyote sneaking through the tall grass. He came at the birds with teeth showing. I had parked my truck so David and I could capture some of this.
The coyote, normally very shy and difficult to photograph, seemed not to mind us parked there as he ate some of the wild hog's carcass. We didn't find the Bobcat but Coyote was a great substitute.
Wishing you a great day!