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There were two badgers in a field along the road that leads to the Lighthouse. They appeared to be a male and a female. I looked for them two weeks later and could not spot them

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Posted by sfgundertaker almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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American Badger - Photo (c) Erin and Lance Willett, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
kueda's ID: American Badger (Taxidea taxus)
Posted by kueda almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Wow, at Pt. Reyes! Awesome.

Posted by kueda almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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American Badger - Photo (c) Erin and Lance Willett, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
loarie's ID: American Badger (Taxidea taxus)
Posted by loarie almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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WHAT? there are badgers here??????? I must see one!

Posted by markham almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by sea-kangaroo almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by paula_lane_action... almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Pt. Reyes has a long established small American Badger population. End of mating season. Very nice photo. Burrows frequently reported as sightings - actual species much rarer. Your good fortune on that one day.

Posted by paula_lane_action... almost 5 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by richardwasson 3 months ago (Flag)
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American Badger - Photo (c) Erin and Lance Willett, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
Community ID: American Badger (Taxidea taxus)
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