Coyote

Being such intelligent and adaptable creatures, I have an enormous amount of respect for coyotes. They are very quick to adjust their habits based on environmental changes, as well as human development. These canines eat a wide variety of food items, including mammals, reptiles, birds, fruit, and even vegetable matter. Not only are they prevalent throughout the desert, but coyotes thrive in the middle of large cities. Picture Rocks, AZ.
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Regal Stag

Nearing the end of a 5-mile hike, this beautiful stag leapt onto the trail, dead ahead. Exchange, PA.
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Coatimundi Profile

A member of the raccoon family, lone males (like this fellow) often travel solo. They briefly, however, unite with large groups of females to breed. Pusch Wilderness, AZ.
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Climbing Coati

A member of the raccoon family, lone males (like this fellow) often travel solo. They briefly, however, unite with large groups of females to breed. Pusch Wilderness, AZ.
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Fawns

The fawn on the left seemed to be the leader, as it kept a close eye on me for a few seconds, then snorted and took off, closely followed by it's companion. Photo taken near Northumberland, PA, USA.
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Doe Trio

Never before have I visited a place with such tame deer as those of Stephen C. Foster State Park, GA, USA. The wild deer of this Georgia park would consistently allow me to walk within 20 feet of them, without reacting to my presence.
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Urban Friend

This adorable, young raccoon (as well as the rest of his/her family) would often climb out of this abandoned home's chimney. Photographed in Selinsgrove, PA, USA.
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Chipmunk Chow

An Eastern Chipmunk desperately tries to force one acorn too many into it's mouth. Photo taken near Woodward, PA, USA.
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Muskrat

While hiding in wait of wood ducks to photograph, I was lucky enough to watch this muskrat playing in the water with it's sibling for a few minutes.
Photographed near Turbotville, PA, USA.
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As far as wildlife photography goes, mammals are probably one of the toughest animal classes to capture.  This group comprises some of the most intelligent, impressive, and unfortunately, evasive species on the planet.  All subjects are wild animals, which were not baited or harassed.