It's that time of year when we'll see more and more wildlife emerging in Colorado. Today, we'll see a couple of coyotes try to chase off a mountain lion from a delicious meal in Estes Park, Colo.

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Colorado Bird Watching Turns Into a Fight for a Meal Sighting

The person who captured this video stated they were looking for bluebirds in Estes Park. They noticed a carcass in the field with some magpies having a snack. They stopped to check it out and noticed a few coyotes munching on the tasty snack.

According to the viewer, the coyotes seemed a bit on edge. That's when the cougar came in to stake his claim.

Who Will Ultimately Win the Colorado Meal?

A Cougar in Colorado Over an Animal Carcas
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As you can see in the video, the coyotes try to chase the cougar off the meal they had first dibs. The cougar, however, wouldn't be chased off by a couple of stingy coyotes.

We're not sure who wound up enjoying the meal of the dead, but our guess is the mountain lion.


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