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Kate Hanley Mosaics
Yip Howl - Coyote Skull
Coyotes mate for life and form a family group when young are born. When we hear them howling at night, we may think they are angry or celebrating a kill. But the group yip-howl is about a celebration of the family and also lets others know that this area is their home.
This coyote with colors of silver, red and blue, is showing off his pride in the packs ability to survive and move into every corner of America. Adapting to urban areas and wilderness tracts the coyote continues to sing its happy song.
Coyote Skull, Czech Glass Seed and Tube Beads, Millefiori, Glass Rods, Silver Findings, Paint
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