Winter Dreams

Too Hot To Hunt!

Is it winter yet?

No, it’s late July.  Temps here in the Salt Lake City area have been in the high 90’s and over 100 for about two weeks straight now.  The other morning, when I left the house for work at 5:30am, it was 84 degrees already.  Just too hot to even think about hunting coyotes.  For me anyway.

But boy, do I ever think about coyote hunting a lot lately!  Coyote hunting in nice cool, cool weather.  Ahhh….

Snow and Cold

So, anyway, some winter pictures to take my mind off the heat and think happy thoughts of winter coyotes charging into the call.  And hopefully do the same for you!

January coyote hunting camp
January coyote hunting camp
Jackrabbit plowing snow
February coyote on the hunt
December Chukar
December Chukar
Utah's rarely visited Newfoundland Mountains in February
Utah’s rarely visited Newfoundland Mountains in February
Mustangs raising snow dust on a 19 degrees below zero morning
Mustangs raising snow dust on a 19 degrees below zero morning
Evening comes early to the high desert in November
Evening comes early to the high desert in November
Hawks jousting in January
Hawks jousting in January
Coyote on a windy zero degrees January evening
Coyote hunts into the wind on a zero degrees January evening
Mule deer buck in late November snow storm
Mule deer buck in late November snow storm
Two coyotes a magpie and a jackrabbit walk into a bar...
Two coyotes a magpie and a jackrabbit walk into a bar…
Coyote eating cold duck in January
Coyote eating cold duck in January
Coyote in December early morning light
Coyote in December early morning light
Bruiser November muley buck in the Henry Mountains
Bruiser November muley buck in the Henry Mountains
Winter Coyote and Jeep
Winter coyote, .17 Predator and Jeep

 

The stuff daydreams in July are made of!

– DAA

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Winter Dreams
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Winter Dreams
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Winter wildlife pictorial, featuring wild mustangs, coyotes, mule deer etc.
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4 thoughts on “Winter Dreams”

  1. I too have been thinking of coyotes and cooler temperatures.
    But I was not thinking of sub-zero temps !
    Great pictures as always.

  2. Your picture Dave titled evening comes early to the high desert looks very familiar, any chance is it in Ruby Valley?

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