Geocaching in Tucson : coyoto prints

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GC647YJ. Tammy_b and I went to Lincoln Park which is a huge park out behind Santa Rita High School where I used to go back in the day. I didn’t even know there was a regional park back there. Geocachers, of course, set out some caches in the semiwilderness of the wash.

Walking along, we saw these pawprints and I just thought a local had been walking his dog.

Nope. A couple minutes later, I saw a coyote limping away as it went up the wash banks into the park. It moved swiftly despite its handicap. I didn’t get my camera out fast enough. darn.

hmmmm. I think I’ll keep my cat in from now. We don’t live that far from the park.  Pinkie will not be happy but better safe than sorry.

 


 


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2 Replies to “Geocaching in Tucson : coyoto prints”

  1. Brian Frum says:

    YEs, be safe. The coyotes have ate many a cat around here.

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