It was around 11:00am. As I was walking down the trail, the Coyote casually crossed the trail some 30 feet in front of me. I was surprised at how slow it was walking, which makes me believe I had just woken it up from a nap. It appeared to be a small adult with a healthy coat. I've seen and heard many Coyotes and am confident with the ID. (Size, coat color, and slinking movement.)
Saw red fox sneaking through vegetation in small natural area on UW Madison campus
Red fox on trail leading into Eagle heights garden. Was less than 3m away from it before it turned and trotted off
I was in my apartment (building 102) lying on my bed, and I heard a single coyote howl in response to an ambulance siren. The howl was likely within 200 meters. (For what's it's worth, I've done aural distance sampling with coyotes.) Note: I never saw the coyote.
Small fox, place orange in color, it was seen eating something on the edge of lake shore path at 8:30 am.
The fox ran across the bike bath, going from south to north. Only saw it for a second. Couldn't tell if it had a collar.
Young red fox observed near the burial mounds around 5:45am this morning.
Came across this little guy and a half a dozen other toads crossing over a walk trail at dusk.
At the Lakeshore Preserve (near Picnic Point), Madison, WI
Pretty sure it is a thrush, I'm thinking hermit thrush, perhaps it is a veery. The little guy was too fast for me to get a good photo, good camouflage too.
This bird was mainly on the ground. I saw it in late morning.