May 9

Wildlife in the Marshes | Drone Footage of Coyotes

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A big part of the fishing experience is spending time in nature. For many of us, our lives are filled with worldly commitments, technology, appointments and responsibilities. It's easy for us to forget about the nature and wildlife that exists outside our windows.

An added bonus for me this spring has been the quiet solitude and wildlife which I've encountered on the beaches and in the marshes, while fishing, catching bait, and picking up trash. For example, in the video above you'll see some images of coyotes which I filmed on April 30th with my drone.

I was really surprised by how cooperative these coyotes were to film. It was almost as if they wanted to be be featured on My Fishing Cape Cod! In addition to the coyotes, I was also able to capture video of two pairs of swans and geese which were residing in the same marsh.

If you're interested in watching more footage, and learning the general location where this video was filmed, then members of My Fishing Cape Cod can click here to view the full 4 minute drone video

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day. As always, thank you for stopping by the site.

Tight lines! 🎣

About the author 

Ryan Collins

I'm fortunate to have grown up on the beach, and I've been fishing since kindergarten. I have great family, friends and fishing experiences to be thankful for. Just being out there is enough-catching fish is just a bonus!


  • Awesome Video – those Coyotes are amazing. They move with such agility for their size. Fast, powerful, and always on high alert for that next meal. You can see them constantly listening, looking, sniffing.. all senses tuned in to what’s around them. Amazing animals – great video. Nice job Ryan!

    • I’m so happy you appreciate these animals Steve. Seeing them up close on the drone sniffing around was really awesome. Throughout the morning they were all playing together like puppies! Thanks for watching and commenting.

  • I thoroughly agree that fishing lends itself to exploration of nature. Seeing wildlife is the icing on the cake! I’ll never forget the time I was out at Hardings Light alone very early one morning when I turned and saw the prettiest little deer watching me. She started to come toward me as well…no fear! It was a great moment. Your videos are great Ryan!

    • I remember the photo you sent me of that little deer. That was such a cool encounter and to have it happen in a beautiful location such as Hardings makes it that much more special. Thanks for the comment! 👍

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