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Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by tnts79, Feb 6, 2008.
Found this track while I was out shed hunting, thinking it might be a mink?
the trail was like that of a mink/fisher. Pairs of two almost side by side, about 8" to 10" between the sets.
First I thought it might be a house cat but as I looked at it there are 5 toes, and the trail isn't right for a cat.:noidea:
When compared with the mink prints in that link, you might have a match?
looks like mink
amberjack I'd say.
One like this?
or maybe fox, what was the pattern?
maybe its bigfoots baby :laugh: :laugh:
looks like a mink or something along that line
Nope it's the elusive Wompus Cat!!!!!
Was it near water? My first thought was a river otter? :noidea:
my first thought when i heard there was an unidentified print was one of hopefullness. upon the realization that the prints in question were not that of an ex wife or two was of a racoon. then maybe again its a mink... or a mink impersonating a racoon...
Have you been sniffing glue?.....:noidea:
...(talking to myself)...check the date of the thread............................... OK Then, definately weasle family if they're side-by-each. Otter and fisher tracks are as big or bigger that a coyote. I'd say mink too.
Thats what my first thought was, near a large creek or river its an otter:biggrin1:
Yes it was near water, the track seems too small to be an otter....?
It's a mink. Toes are two close together. And not a large enough pad to be a river otter. Tracks look very similiar to a Marten, but thanks to the car key next to the track.... definitely Mink. eace:
A small otter its probably a muskrat
It has webbing like an otter to me:biggrin1:
Could be a seal or a penguin their is alot of snow in that picture?....:noidea: