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Comprehending Animal Tracks Enriches Your Understanding Of Nature

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A coyote looks for prey in a rural area of Monroe County.
A coyote looks for prey in a rural area of Monroe County.

submitted by Clifftop The snow we experienced in mid-December brought with it the opportunity to discover an abundance of animal tracks, turning a simple path into a deer superhighway. It’s fascinating to see where the critters go in their travels in the woods. Perhaps they feel the same way when they see our footprints or …

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