To me, this accurately describes an outdoor situation that someone would read about in a textbook. For example, I always say, "textbook bass fishing", when I catch a bass behind large rocks on a warm day, when the river is beginning to rise.
"Textbook snake grounds", is when I find a water snake basking on rocks right next to the river on a sunny day.
The picture above accurately depicts the scenery of something that I have deemed to be a perfect example of "Textbook Coyote Territory".
The meadow shown is perfect hunting grounds for a coyote that will consume rabbits, rats, squirrels, mice, voles, and even birds. It's a very large meadow that I have the privilege of working on and researching what animals are present in the area.
Ponds, forests, and more meadows are in the immediate area, providing coyotes and other carnivores (such as foxes), with opportunities to den, mate, hunt, and live throughout the year.
As far as coyote territories get around here, it can't get too much better than this.
It is the same meadow that surrounds a coyote den that I took a picture of in Tracking Your Loudoun Coyotes and is very close to the area of another previous post, Busy Days.