This is a photograph from artist (and former Stranger photographer) Annie Musselman's book Finding Trust. Someone online once thought it was a taxidermy portrait—which is absolutely incorrect. It's a portrait of a rescued animal Annie encountered at the Sarvey Wildlife Care Center in Arlington, Washington—a coyote that's very much alive.
From Annie's artist statement, about being at Sarvey:
Located in the foothills of the beautiful Cascade Mountain Range, Sarvey is a place where injured, wild creatures come to finish their journey or start a new one. It’s a place where I’ve seen love, trust, and intuition that equals that of a mother and child; a home where a few humans have come together to save the lives of many precious creatures. I believe we must take care of each other in order to survive.