Photo by Christopher Ives

Whistles Down the Wind

Brought to us an orphan, Whistles-Down-the-Wind was so named because of his especially wild nature. He has developed into a gorgeous adult with incredible hunting skills, wily and patient, luring hapless magpies into his living space by leaving bits of his food in bird’s eye view. One of the few animals here who never accepted humans, he plays sweetly with his sister, Tender—at least when he’s not trying to dominate her (which she refuses to accept).

Animal Fact

"Coyotes live across North America and roam the plains, forests, mountains and deserts of Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central America" (Live Science).

Stories About Whistles Down the Wind

Note: Many of our posts are collections of stories about multiple animals at Earthfire. The animal you’re looking for may not be shown in these post previews, but each post does contain a relevant story. 

Woman sits next to a coyote in a grassy field
A Conversation with Penelope Smith

Penelope Smith is a revered founding pioneer in the field of interspecies telepathic communication since the 1970s. Her visionary work has been featured in newspaper and magazine articles, in numerous...

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