- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Wolf
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Coyote, fox and wolf
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Use scavengers to find larger wildlife
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Bison
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Tools to help you spot the wildlife
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - American Dipper
- Winter Safari in Yellowstone - Bighorn Sheep
I love to photograph in Yellowstone National Park, but aside from bison, my pictures have been of the landscape rather than the wildlife.
Ken Sinay of Yellowstone Safari Company discusses wild canidae watching in Yellowstone National Park's and explains some of the differences between the wolf, coyote and fox.
Prizes for most kills, biggest ‘dog’
A coyote is pictured in Yellowstone National Park.
Cabela's will be offering a series of predator hunting seminars the weekend of Jan. 11-12.
Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary animal care manager Teresa Loya explains why winter is the best time to view the animals at the sanctuary.
A coyote looks for something left to eat on an elk carcass. An MSU professor is studying the difference between urban and rural coyote sounds.
A coyote peers from under a truck on Montana Avenue after making its way into downtown Billings in 2005.
Coyotes and life forms on other planets have one thing in common — Sara Waller.
RENO, Nev. — Conservationists have appealed a federal judge's rejection of their lawsuit in Nevada aimed at shutting down a federal program that spends more than $100 million a year to subsidize the killing of coyotes, mountain lions and other predators that threaten livestock.
CASPER, Wyo. — A coyote made an unexpected visit to Kelly Walsh High School on Monday morning.
BOZEMAN — State wildlife officials say a dog was killed by two coyotes on the south end of the Bridger Mountains near Bozeman.
Consider the coyote.
CASPER, Wyo. — Jimmy Owens shoots coyotes on sight.
The Montana Doggers use decoy dogs to lure coyotes in for the kill.
Copper, left, and Dezi, right are mountain curs from the same parents but different litters.
Montana Doggers partners, left to right, Ryan Lawson, Chad Muus and Levi Johnson use cur dogs to hunt coyotes near Custer on Thursday.
Levi Johnson, of Winnett, co-founded the partnership that became Montana Doggers.
The Montana Doggers logo on the side of Chad Muus' truck elicits quite a few second looks from passersby.
Dezi, a 5-year-old mountain cur, looks for coyotes while hunting with her owner, Levi Johnson.