Over the summer, our little RV family parks on the edge of a golf course in the BC wilderness.
Our human neighbors are camping families and weekend warriors, mostly from Alberta. They are a colorful, yet rare species that only show up on long weekends or for several weeks during the summer.
Much more common are these four legged neighbors.
Bear, deer, squirrels, chipmunks, coyotes, and fuzzy fat marmots who live in the woodpiles. And who, unfortunately, the coyotes find delicious.
This spring we've seen two different coyotes roaming the 'hood, marmot hunting.
One coyote is small, lean and has dark brown patches. The other one is lighter in color, larger in size and resembles a German Shepherd.
here he is, sneaking thru the RV lot next door
Most of our local wild creatures have been named, cause I like it when animals have people names :) But I can't bring myself to name the coyotes.
It's impossible to become friendly with anything that could potentially eat our dogs. And if we have to chase one out of the yard with a baseball bat, I don't wanna know his name.