Posted: December 20, 2017 in Nature
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Even when the park is empty in the morning, there’s evidence of a lively night life as evidenced by these tracks.  I might not glimpse anything but birds, but in the words made famous by the little girl in “Poltergeist”, “They’re heeeere.”

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

  1. beautiful texture in the snow…

    • We’ve had almost no snow, so I was really enjoying this, even though there wasn’t much of it. The first part of my walk, I saw no human tracks at all and in some places, the snow was still pristine. 🙂 So beautiful.


  2. Murphy's Law says:

    Busy at night indeed! Maybe the owners of the foot/paw prints have spotted you in the daylight and they are camera shy! 😜😜

    • That’s possible, although with the lack of underbrush now, I could see them more easily. I did see a large coyote recently, but they usually avoid people unless the people have dog or are too close to pups. Not the season for pups, though.


  3. Jet Eliot says:

    I love to see tracks in the snow, to see who has visited and where they have ventured. Great post, Janet.

  4. rgayer55 says:

    I love to follow tracks in the snow. You can always tell when it’s a fox by the way they are in a perfect line.

  5. Dan Antion says:

    Great picture!

    We had a dusting of snow, and a whole bunch of tracks running every which way in our driveway. It always makes me wonder.

  6. I see similar footprints and paw prints and marks on my driveway, side walk and car all through the snowy winter.

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