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Thursday, February 28, 2019

More Winter Tracks


Looking behind us at the snow.. well I can share with you we have a LOT more snow! These photos were taken in late December. We have GOT SNOW!  We have 4 more inches in the forecast for Friday.
I will post a snow update on Monday. 
In the mean time lets look at a few more tracks.

 What do you think made the following tracks? The same mammal made the tracks in the above and below photo. Who is traveling in circles?

 Some bird made a landing in the above photo!
What kind of bird?
And who made these fancy tracks?

1. A Mole
2. A Ruffed Grouse
3. Wild Turkey




"Every mile is two in the winter."
George Herbert
 

12 comments:

  1. That is so cool that you guys get to see these tracks while you are out and about. I had to read up on a ruffled grouse...we never see those down here! Can't wait to see more pics! Have a great weekend! Love and hugs!

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  2. I hope that you get as much fun as those birds and the little mole in that snow.
    We have more snow coming this week too.
    Have a fun day.
    Hugs, Julia

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  3. You get so many cool tracks!! We have snow now too -not as much as you do --and I love seeing who has left us tracks in the morning!

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  4. Hope you don't get snowed in.

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  5. My guess on the last one is a wild turkey. The first one looks slithery, like a snake, or maybe even a river otter. These track posts are so much fun!

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  6. You are certainly having a good time finding tracks while you snowshoe.

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  7. Looks like fun. You look cute peeping over those tall shoulders. I had to Google a "Fisher" (your last post) to learn what that is. That's so neat

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  8. I love seeing bird wing prints (especially because it usually means they caught some nasty rodent - one less vole eating my potatoes!) I saw a vole run all the way across my yard from the woods to the garden the other day, then dive back under the snow. Grrr! I hope an owl gets him (and leaves a cool print for the kids to find!) ;)

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  9. I see you back there peeking out! What a cute photo! And I think you've found a wild turkey track...although it might just be a three toed sloth! You never know! Stay warm! Hugs!

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  10. How fun that you see tracks while you are out making your own in the snow. Happy Sunday.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  11. First of all, you two are totally adorable! I love this photo. Second, the tracks of very cool. How fun!

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  12. You two are just too cute! Such interesting tracks. I would guess the bottom photo is wild turkey since it is so similar to my chicken tracks. Are you going to share the answer to all the pictures? I hope so!

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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