U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mountain-Prairie Region
An amazing scene played out yesterday, just before dusk at Wyoming’s National Elk Refuge. In a spectacular standoff that lasted for more than an hour, five coyotes corned two juvenile mountain lions, who took up refuge high on a buck and rail fence. 
Check out all of the images on our flickr account! 
(Photo Credit: Lori Iverson / USFWS)

An amazing scene played out yesterday, just before dusk at Wyoming’s National Elk Refuge. In a spectacular standoff that lasted for more than an hour, five coyotes corned two juvenile mountain lions, who took up refuge high on a buck and rail fence.

Check out all of the images on our flickr account!

(Photo Credit: Lori Iverson / USFWS)

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