To close the night, more wildlife photos shared by WSB’ers. First, on the heels – or paws – of Linda‘s coyote closeups, Mike in Gatewood caught three on camera this morning (take a very close look at the second photo). He wrote:
WSB, we love our coyotes. My wife and daughters have been watching them frolic in our backyard for the last half hour. Our cats were really scared at first, but they too have joined the wildlife viewing. One will occasionally walk away, but return. While we have had an occasional sighting before, we have never seen two at once, much less three. Happy viewing.
And for the second time today, we are graced by a photo from Machel Spence - this time a robin on still-snow-dotted branches:
Finally, an unusual photo from Lincoln Park – an unlucky Pacific Giant Octopus that washed up. We’re putting it after the jump because, while it’s not gory, you might find it disturbing:
Ray reports (with the photo following):
An octopus, probably a victim of a sea lion attack, washed ashore in Lincoln Park, (today). The octopus lost seven out of eight arms and now fated to become someone’s meal.
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