Coyote & Grizzlies

Aarrooo… yip … bark .. roo roo… aaarooo, yip!

Artist: Cash Akoza

Who goes there? Wolf or a coyote?

Artist: Cash Akoza

I’m a coyote, but I’m practicing to be a wolf.

Artist: Cash Akoza

Whoa, just hold on there!

Artist: Cash Akoza

I’m pretty sure once a coyote, always a coyote. Check out Cindy Knoke’s pictures of coyotes that she took!  Click on the pic, and it will take you to her coyotes.

Photo © Cindy Knoke

I changed my mind. I’m a wolf! Yip, bark, arooo, yip.

Artist:Cash Akoza

Not so fast little buddy! I’m going to ask my cousin Wilbear. He lives on a shipping container across town.

Artist: Cash Akoza

Howdy Beary! I’d say he’s a coyote.

Artist: Cash Akoza

Well, maybe you guys aren’t Grizzly Bears?

Artist: Cash Akoza

 As sure as you and Beary live in the same mural, Beary and I are grizzlies. I’d like to add if people click on the mural above, they can see how splendid it is.

Artist: Cash Akoza

 Also, if you click on Cindy‘s Grizzly pic below, you will be transported to Cindy’s pics of our real grizzly cousins!

Photo @ Cindy Knoke

Well, yip yip, aarooo!

Artist: Cash Akoza = Another shot that blows up beautifully!

0acd8acf1e33598ca9971304aaca47e4A big “thank you” to Cindy Knoke, a fave blogger of mine. She takes fabulous photographs, and shares them with us. Her blog is visually gorgeous and educational. She has joined with me to help make Kids’ Month into a special time.

Click on her pic, or name to visit her blog.

Pics of Street Art Bears & Coyote taken by Resa – October 25 & 26, 2017

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Pics of real coyotes and bears taken by © Cindy Knoke

Artist: Cash Akoza

KIDS’ MONTH 2017

49 thoughts on “Coyote & Grizzlies

  1. Awwwwww, coyote or wolf or bear, I’d love to be in their company [if they’d have me! 😉 ] I loooooove this!!!!!!!!!!! [surprised huh?! 😉 ] and I’m too a big fan of Cindy’s photographs. 🙂 Love and hugs 🙂 xxxxxxxxx

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  2. Awww, I LOVE the story! The confusion between coyotes and wolves is great to tell kids about (their DNA was actually found recently to be very closely related). The black and brown bear confusion is interesting too, especially because there are sub-species in each category. You would make the most rocking teacher Resa. You could teach your students through street art and every student would be enthralled. You and I should take over education (Hah!!). I’d be introducing kids to bears, and you’d be taking them to the streets and having them make their own street art. We’d both go to jail, but the kids would have a far better education and the street art would be epic!
    I love you Resa. Hugs~

    1. Dear Cindy,
      I am overwhelmed with feelings.
      I was trying to teach about animals in this post. You have continued the knowledge about coyotes and bears with your work.
      LOL! I guess we would be like “School of Rock” teachers! 😀 xo

  3. Fun post dear Resa ! The colourful bears want a high five ! Love your words, they give me paws for thought as there is no need for magic mushrooms so I’ll keep visiting your blog instead my friend. 🙂 Love and hugs. Ralph xoxoxo ❤ 🐻 .

  4. Love Cindy’s comment; very true for sure! You girls would rock as teachers… 🙂
    Coyotes and Wolves; Bears and Bears! All I really know is ~ they are all fabulous and offer us so much diversity and interest; without which our lives would be far less enjoyable.
    Yeah, for all our animal cousins! 🙂
    xoxoxo

    1. The artist, Cash Akoza aka Brian Gasenzer, reinvented himself visa vi his art. He painted a slew of murals & pieces in Winnipeg in 2016. He adopted a First Nations & other aboriginal feel/styles that mixed in well with his senses of color. He was Brian, and became Cash Akoza.

    1. Yes,we do, thank you! You and I do a pretty great job when we team up. It’s always so much fun. There’s only 1 week left in Kids’ Month. It’s been a fab experience,and now I’m working on a Thank you post for all who contributed.

    1. This one is in Transcona, Winnipeg Manitoba. I can’t remember the exact street, as I don’t live in Winnipeg. However, I go there every 2 or 3 years to catch up on the murals. Thy are a very special feature in the Winnipeg landscape!

      1. I see! I’m based out of Midwestern USA, and while the occassional mural can be found, they are generally unappreciated and not supported by the community. Which is sad because I love seeing art everywhere I go. Thanks for the share!

      1. I so miss just exploring the city, now when I go into town with three little kids I just want to get what I needed and get out! It’s time to stop and smell the flowers again, teach my kids to enjoy this beautiful world. Thanks for the inspiration!

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