This is the first fox we’ve filmed since we positioned this camera in this spot one year ago.

The San Francisco Bay Area has a rich diversity of wild life, including foxes.


There are puppies on the trail! Check out the color of this pups coat.This little one may be 09M’s, not sure. But 09M has been providing food for puppies. We film him frequently trotting up the trail with prey.

Tagged coyote 09M waited about 10 minutes after we left and then marked in front of the camera.

This coyote was tagged in the Presidio in San Francisco two years ago when he was a puppy. He traveled a long way, crossing busy roads and highways and now is hanging out on the special trail.

I may be mistaken, but I think the cameras will be filming puppies on the trail late spring, early summer.

The wildlife camera filmed one of the coyotes hunting.

These two coyotes continue to hang out together. I love watching them play. It wouldn’t surprise me if we see pups this spring or early summer.

Crossing a busy road is one of the ways coyotes, bobcats and pumas access the little canyon. Check out how cautious this coyote is before venturing across the road

In addition to the bonded pair, this coyote is often caught on Camera #1.

It’s amazing what the cameras catch. Check out this beautiful coyote playing–sad for the squirrel.

All 3 cameras have filmed this bonded pair of coyotes patrolling the canyon and trail for the last 6 months or so. Camera #3 caught them being extra cautious before crossing a busy road that cuts through their territory.