Thursday, January 31, 2019

Mutant, blue eyed coyotes photographed in Marin County

"How pervasive is the mutation? We don't know. It's not something we were aware of beforehand," said Camilla Fox, the founder and executive director of Project Coyote, a national nonprofit based in Marin County that promotes conservation and coexistence between coyotes and humans. Until the coyotes are tracked and studied, Fox said, it's impossible to say with certainty the cause of the coloration and where it started.


  1. Coyotes are frickin vermin. What's your bag man?

  2. Just you watch. These mutant blue-eyed coyotes are gonna suddenly get to live in the good neighborhoods, have high-paying jobs, get free passes from the very same PO-leese what murders poor brown-eyed coyotes jus chillin and minding their own bidness, and otherwise enjoy unearned privilege. Mark my words. Seen this before.

  3. Looks like it might be a coy-wolf.

  4. It smacks of coyote privilege.

    1. you beat me to it!! although I was going to refer to it as Blue Eyed Privilege!