Went out last night and did a little calling. Shot this 34lb female Coyote at around 1AM with the 22mag on the run as it was chasing some other small unrecognizable critter on my stand. I was set up on a small hill looking over a cleared area with a row of willows basically straight out in front of me for 60 yards or so. I had the caller to my right about 20 yards pointing directly away. After 14 minutes I look to my right and see something that looks waaaayyyy out there. I pull up the scope and look at the tiny little animal for a bit after realizing that it really wasn't that far, probably 120 to 150 yards out, just that it was a small animal. The moonlight and size of the animal really messed with my depth perception. I think it must have been a tiny Lynx because it didn't have a tail and acted kind of like a cat. I watched it for 30 seconds or so, thinking it would curve around and get closer to the caller so I could get a real good look at it and possibly shoot it, but it kept going at about a 40º away from the caller from my right to left. As it keeps appearing/reappearing in the drifted snowy areas, I look out along the willows in the dark shadows and see a canine standing there looking right at the caller and towards my direction. Just as I raise up my scope, the Coyote takes off running towards the other small animal. I get the cross-hairs on it and give it about a 4-6" lead as it's slowing down speed and take the shot. It hits warp speed in the direction it came and I hear a crashing in the willows. I give it a few minutes and go over to where I shot at it, around 80 yards. No blood!!! All I see are drops of urine in the snow, which gives me a good feeling because almost every animal goes when it's hit. I use my headlamp and follow the tracks about 50 yards into the willows and find the Coyote balled up. I hit a bit low on the chest, but was lucky to connect anyways considering it was running and I don't typically take moving shots. Anyways, I hope everybody else is having moonlight success. Pretty cloudy tonight, but I'll be back at it. Made a total of 12 stands last night started at 6:30PM got home at 3AM....long night...temps dropped drastically as well. Not the greatest photo, my camera was frozen and I couldn't see anything in the view finder until it just flashed and took the photo.