coywolf pelt

Every so often, an incredibly rare genetic mutation results in a coyote with absolutely stunning black-and-tan coloration. Unlike melanism, which is an overdose of black pigmentation, this genetic fluke leaves the pale underbelly and white facial markings unaffected. The contrast in hues is quite striking, and the fur itself often has a sleeker, plusher feel to it.

This coyote’s face has been expertly shaped for the most realistic expression and form. It fits perfectly atop the wearer’s head, or can be worn over the face like a mask, as well. The eyes are not backed so the wearer can look out through them, effectively viewing the world from the animal’s own.

These headdresses are exceptional for ritual use, but are also perfect for photoshoots, performing arts, and home decor for the serious collector. I only make a few of these per year. This is one of only three I’ve ever made that feature such a unique genetic mutation.

Available from the NaturePunk Etsy Store


This would have been a nice photo shoot until my mom ruined it. :c

Some pictures of me wearing the coywolf headress nice it was finally nice out and my brother was home to help me take the pictures.  Everything was going swimmingly until about the fourth photo in and my mother was standing at the door watching us.  Basically she made the hand gestures to stop and made us come inside, making a comment how f*** up it is. 

Really don’t get her logic.  I’ve taken pictures of taxidermy, soft mounts and pelts outside and she never made an issue about it.  Hell, I was walking around with a black wolf pelt drape over my back just like the headdress and didn’t get flack over it.  Oh well, probably really should care what she thinks.

One of this hopefully will be suitable to post on dA.  I really need a new ID there.