I was minding my business in my tall blind, and I didn't even see the bobcat till it was halfway across the 80 yards of ROW. I had no intention of shooting, so I just watched the cat try to negotiate the dry creek which was now 8 feet wide with icy water. The bobcat wasn't going to get wet so it was slowly working his way along the edge of the creek, which would bring him right past me. I was grabbing for my camera, hoping to video the good looking big muscular cat, when in a rush, a big coyote comes out of the woods right behind the bobcat. I was expecting violence of some sort, but they just sort of ignored each other. I dropped the camera and grabbed the 220. The coyote was kind of spinning around like he was hunting a mouse or rat in the grass. The dang critter would just not hold still. The cat was watching the coyote, when I managed to do a bad job on the shot. Knocked the coyote down, but not out. In about 3 microseconds I was all alone in my misery. If I ever again suggest to you guys that I'm a fine shot, feel free to remind me of today.
Anyway, I had never seen a coyote and a bobcat 15 feet apart (or 150 yards apart, for that matter).