The balance between predator and prey can be intense. On a spring day in Indiana, a Carbomask Face Paint wearing Weston Schrank, was belly crawling to film a strutting longbeard in the hay field. Make soft calls to lure the bird closer for some better shots, Weston soon learned he wasn’t the only one watching. A coyote slipped in within 10 yards of him. Though it saw movement, the concealment of his hands and face with Carbomask proved once again how valuable a good camo face paint could be. He continued to film the coyote break off and flush the hens, but the love sick Tom held his ground!