I came across large paw prints in the recent snowfall during my afternoon walk at work. I placed a coin next to the prints. The coin is 1 1/16 inches or 27mm in diameter. The pay prints are about 2x that size, so 2 1/4 inches or 54mm. I’m pretty sure a coyote left these prints.
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This fox and I regarded one another with a mutually safe distance between us.
Lucy was a big help while I computed.
An American Goldfinch cracks open a sunflower seed on a recent -17C morning.
A critter (fox, I think) left tracks alongside the railroad track.
This American Tree Sparrow’s plumage blends well with its surroundings.
A Downy Woodpecker visited this feeder in the backyard. I was able to capture it before it flew to a safe spot with its tidbit.
Fitzi’s eyes are the most remarkable brown.
Three American Crows visited today. It was interesting to observe how the light highlighted the feathers on this ones’ back.