I love coyotes. They are the most resilient wild canines that I can imagine. For some reason, they've chosen one spot, in front of one of my wildlife cameras, as their "snow wriggling spot" this year. It started when the female coyotes went into heat (around February 13), and has continued ever since. Notice the dates on the photos.
Cheoah Snow Slide" to anyone else?
It makes me think that, when our dogs wriggle in the snow, it might have more meaning than we think. They might not simply be acting silly!