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Friday, February 15, 2013

Warrenton Dike  ~  February 15, 2013
Yes, that is a hoof. Anyone who lives here recognizes that hoof. There is a herd of them that regularly visit the Warrenton Dike Trail. In fact, there are all sorts of animal activity on this trail: Elk, blue heron, bald eagle, coyote, ducks -- many varieties and geese, among other winged and non-winged critters. The Dike Trail is covered with animal tracks and their scat. The geese seem to leave the biggest calling card after their visits.
What have you seen out on the trails?
Astoria, Oregon, Daily Photo is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.


Ali Crehan said...

The deer are everywhere out here in eastern Massachusetts... a small family group makes regular morning forays onto the field behind my daughter's classroom. We have coyote, foxes, hawks, owls and turkeys - oh lord, do we have turkeys. The creature I am least happy about seeing is the fisher cat - nasty critters.

Lowell said...

Sounds like a good place to set up a photography blind and shoot away. Just so long as your downwind from the elk. :-)

Cyndi Mudge said...

Ali, we have a lot of deer as well. This hoof is from an Elk, which flourish here. It's good to live where nature thrives, as you know!

Lowell, the Warrenton Dike is a great spot for wildlife photographers. With just a little patience you'll get well rewarded. I have less than little patience.

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