Below are a few animal tracks I came across north of Cincinnati, Ohio. With a good amount of snow, it was nice to be able to see these even hours after the animals passed through. There’s one set of tracks that I can’t identify. If you know what it is, feel free to respond below!
Animal Tracks in Snow
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7 thoughts on “Animal Tracks in Snow”
Id say either snowshoe hare tracks OR you dug sticks into the snow to laugh at how many people would try to guess 🙂
I would never do such a prank-like thing! 😉 But seriously, I didn’t!
Well…it definately gave ME a laugh to think you did… 🙂 Though there were other thoughts of how you might have “made” them yourself that were equally as funny
Yeah that’s a rabbit/jack rabbit track.
the last one looks like a bunny. back legs apart, front legs together. Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2013 01:17:50 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
You know what, Pam, I think you’re right! I can’t believe I didn’t even think of that!!