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garytracks

Date

April 28, 2019 08:28 AM PDT

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Coyote Brush Baccharis pilularis

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April 28, 2019 08:03 AM PDT

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Black Mustard Brassica nigra

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garytracks

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April 28, 2019 09:26 AM PDT

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California Ground Squirrel Otospermophilus beecheyi

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garytracks

Date

April 28, 2019 09:36 AM PDT

Description

Track

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Antlions, Lacewings, and Allies Order Neuroptera

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garytracks

Date

April 28, 2019 07:58 AM PDT

Description

Antlion pit/trap

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Lagomorphs Order Lagomorpha

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garytracks

Date

April 28, 2019 08:57 AM PDT

Description

Cottontail dustbath

Birds

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Birds Class Aves

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garytracks

Date

April 28, 2019 07:54 AM PDT
Birds

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Birds Class Aves

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Date

April 28, 2019 07:46 AM PDT

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Mountain Lion Puma concolor

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garytracks

Date

August 19, 2018 01:41 PM PDT

Description

These were found about 0.7 miles east of the tracks found on Aug. 4, 2018.

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Mountain Lion Puma concolor

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garytracks

Date

August 4, 2018

Description

This is a pair of mountain lion tracks found as part of a trail left by the cougar. It is an indirect register, which creates an interesting look. At first glance, based on the leading toes, it almost looks as if there is a left front and a right hind. But they are both right feet. You only see the left outer and inner toes of the front right foot, but all four of the right hind track which stepped partially on the right front.

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Mountain Lion Puma concolor

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garytracks

Date

August 4, 2018

Description

This is one of a number of mountain lion tracks found at this location. This is almost a perfect direct register. The hind track is on the right with just a portion of the front track being displayed on the left. This gives the unique impression at first glance that there are four lobes on the rear of the heel pad, when there are only three. The fourth lobe is from the front foot that stepped first.

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Mountain Lion Puma concolor

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garytracks

Date

August 4, 2018

Description

This is one of a series of tracks left by a mountain lion.

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