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Noticed something a bit "odd" in the snowbank along the road and had to go back for a double take! LOL What's the chances that a pair of coyotes would be hit? Those legs sticking straight up in the air are just too funny! 

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I considered that but I don't think so. There's houses 40-50 yards on each side of where they were laying along the road. If anyone dumped them off, there are much more remote/private places right around the corner. Plus, why go to the bother of lugging them out of the woods, if you're just going to toss them anyways...

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6 minutes ago, Culvercreek hunt club said:

Breeding pair I’d bet. When you only have one thing on your mind you do odd things you normally wouldn’t. (Yes.... voice of experience. Lol)

That's what I was thinking. Coyote mating season is upon us! They also were laying at a beaten down deer/critter trail where it crosses the road. 

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True story. Years ago (while working at Disney) I had a trap out at LLB for a sighted gator. Upon checking the trap the following day, there were two gators inside. They swam in united and set the trigger off. Both were taken to the release site off property and released. They then proceeded to hook up again. 

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