If you want to see and photograph a Coyote Pup you may have a good chance of doing this at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This past couple of weeks I have seen a total of five scattered throughout the refuge. They seem to be in the same area each time I see one. Two are together and the others seem to be alone.
The Coyote pictured below is hanging around a large Mulberry Tree that is located on the road past the 4 corner intersection. Instead of following the tour road to the right at this intersection, you go straight and the Mulberry tree is around the curve.
When I first saw this Coyote, I thought it wasn't healthy because of its size compared to the others. After viewing my photos of it on my computer, I think it is just a runt and seems to be doing fine. It looks skinny, but its fur looks healthy.
The first Coyote I photographed and wrote about (Coyote Pup) is still being seen by a few other photographers. It is with another Coyote pup and is being seen when you travel the tour road to the left at the 4 corners. They are about 1/2 mile down this road.
I see another near the beginning of the tour road near the sign about cooperative farming. The fifth one is near the far north side past the road that takes you to Sally Jones.
Coyote Pup - Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge - Oklahoma