Windows on Wildlife: Reset (and Squirrel Tracks)
Windows on Wildlife is back after a month and a 1/2 absence! Welcome to the 25th edition – if you have a recent post about wildlife you would like to share (it can be anything: birds, insects, mammals…) scroll down to the end of the post and add your site. I will compile and post all additions the following week. Please don’t forget to link back here (I’d love it if you’d add the Windows on Wildlife button to your post which you can find on our sidebar) and visit other blogs that have articles to share. Thanks for stopping by!
I kept my promise to myself, and went out tracking this past Friday. I loved being in the woods with only my agenda to worry about – at least for a little while. I didn’t find any coyote tracks on this trip; I’ll expand more on my tracking findings later in the week. But the snow was in really rough shape for track identification Even though I found what were most likely tons of Gray Squirrel tracks, very few of them were truly identifiable as such. So if you’re having trouble recognizing the tracks in the photo above as squirrel, it’s not just you.
As Windows on Wildlife was on a bit of an unintentional hiatus, I’m not doing a recap this week. But I will have posts from this week highlighted in next week’s WoW. What have you been up to while I was away from the blog? I’d love to see your wildlife posts….