North American Animal Mounts - Coyote Head
Coyote head taxidermy mount. Mounted in a natural position with head upright and turned to the right. The fur pelt is thick and prettily colored in tones of gray, cream and reddish-brown. Great detailing throughout on this coyote. For the great craftsmanship, this mount receives the "Excellent" taxidermy quality rating. A nice addition to any trophy room, hunting lodge, cabin or tavern.
Scientific Name: Canis latrans
Display size: 15" tall x 8" wide x 13" deep
Hangs from a single screw. Wall hanger attached.
About the Coyote- Canis latrans
Coyotes (prairie wolf) are native to North and Central America although they are believed to have split off from the European gray wolf. They are a species in their own right, differing from wolves in vocalization patterns, ecology, and pack structure. The Coyote’s scientific name Canis latrans actually means barking dog. The northern subspecies of Coyote generally grows bigger than the southern subspecies of Coyote. The Eastern Coyote is the largest of all and has been found to be the result of remnant wolves, that have been mating with incoming coyotes, in the northeastern states of the USA.